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Contact

Dr. rer. nat. Martin Mink
Research Scientist
Security Engineering Group
Computer Science Department
Technische Universität Darmstadt


Email: mink(-at-)seceng.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de (PGP public key, Fingerprint: 80DC 5F7D FA12 312C FFD3 D8C0 5D67 2CB1 C005 B308)

Email: martin.mink(-at-)cased.de (PGP public key, Fingerprint: 3C00 60F2 BCD5 46AE CC43 0663 91A3 5685 5D5A 40B0)

Projects

Weiterbildungsveranstaltung Praxiskurs IT-Security-Grundlagen (in german language)

IT security contest Capture-the-flag (CTF)

Resources for IT security education

Research Interest

  • Offensive Security ("hacking")
  • Digital Forensics

In the News

Print

Radio

TV

  • Appearance in ZDF Zoom! "Hilfe ich bin nackt!" on Smartphone Privacy, originally aired 15.6.2011
  • Interview on Offensive Security Education, Rhein-Main-TV, Nov. 2010

Publications

  • Sebastian Biedermann, Martin Mink, Stefan Katzenbeisser: Fast Dynamic Extracted Honeypots in Cloud Computing, to appear in: CCSW 2012, Oct. 2012
  • Martin Mink, Rainer Greifeneder: Evaluation of the Offensive Approach in Information Security Education, in: International Information Security Conference (SEC 2010), Brisbane (Australia), 2010

For publications until end of 2009 see my former web page at University of Mannheim.

Talks

  • Lernen durch Hacking und Forensik, Invited Talk in Lecture on Forensic Computing, University Erlangen-Nuremburg, July 2012
  • Datenspuren im Web 2.0, UBG-Tagung, Kassel, Sept. 2011
  • Offensive Methoden und Forensik in der IT-Sicherheitsausbildung, CAST workshop „Forensik und Internetkriminalität", Darmstadt, Dec. 2010
  • Hacker-Methoden in der IT-Sicherheitsausbildung, invited talk in lecture „Computerforensik" at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Darmstadt, Nov. 2010
  • Hacker-Methoden in der IT-Sicherheitsausbildung, CASED event „Hacking als Beruf", Darmstadt, Nov. 2010
  • Evaluation of the Offensive Approach in Information Security Education, International Information Security Conference, Brisbane, Sept. 2010
  • Warum wir Hacker brauchen - Von Hüten, Flaggen und Hypothesen, MetaRheinMain ChaosDays, Darmstadt, Sept. 2010
  • Quo vadis, Sicherheitsausbildung?, Workshop „Reaktive Sicherheit in der Lehre" at DIMVA 2010, Bonn, July 2010

For talks until end of 2009 see my former web page at University of Mannheim.

Theses

For supervised theses until end of 2009 see my former web page at University of Mannheim.

Teaching

Summer Term 2012

Winter Term 2011/12

Summer Term 2011

Winter Term 2010/11

Summer Term 2010


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