Die E-Mail ist eines der wichtigsten Kommunikationsmittel unserer Zeit. Dennoch lässt die Technologie hinsichtlich der Sicherheit deutlich zu wünschen übrig. E-Mail-Nutzer/innen können sich weder sicher sein, dass niemand die Nachrichten mitliest, noch dass diese auch unverändert bei den Empfänger/innen ankommen. Um geeignete Sicherheitsmaßnahmen - die sogenannte Ende-zu-Ende-Verschlüsselung sowie digitale Signaturen - müssen sich alle Nutzer/innen selbst kümmern.

In diesem openHPI-Workshop lernen Sie auch anhand praktischer Übungen, wie Sie mit dem Einsatz kostenloser Werkzeuge verschlüsselte und digital unterschriebene E-Mails versenden und empfangen können.

Self-paced since June 26, 2019
Language: Deutsch
Advanced, Cybersecurity, Internet

Course information

Die E-Mail ist eines der wichtigsten Kommunikationsmittel unserer Zeit. Dennoch lässt die Technologie hinsichtlich der Sicherheit deutlich zu wünschen übrig. E-Mail-Nutzer/innen können sich weder sicher sein, dass niemand die Nachrichten mitliest, noch dass diese auch unverändert bei den Empfänger/innen ankommen. Um geeignete Sicherheitsmaßnahmen - die sogenannte Ende-zu-Ende-Verschlüsselung sowie digitale Signaturen - müssen sich alle Nutzer/innen selbst kümmern.

In diesem openHPI-Workshop lernen Sie auch anhand praktischer Übungen, wie Sie mit dem Einsatz kostenloser Werkzeuge verschlüsselte und digital unterschriebene E-Mails versenden und empfangen können.

  • Zielgruppe: Alle, die sich für Verschlüsselungsverfahren und digitale Signaturen interessieren
  • Vorausgesetzte Kenntnisse: allgemeine IT-Kenntnisse
  • Kursniveau: Grundlagen

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This course is offered by

Prof. Dr. Christoph Meinel

Christoph Meinel (Univ. Prof., Dr. sc. nat., Dr. rer. nat., *1954) is CEO and Director of the Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering gGmbH (HPI) at the University of Potsdam.

Christoph Meinel is full professor (C4) for computer science at the HPI at the University of Potsdam, and holds there the chair of Internet Technologies and Systems. He was the founding dean of the first private faculty of Germany, the Digital Engineering faculty of the university of Potsdam.

He teaches courses on IT Systems Engineering in the Bachelor and Master Degree programs on digital engineering of the HPI and on design thinking at the HPI D-School. He is the author of various interactive online courses at the MOOC platform openHPI.de which was and is developed and operated by his team. His research focus is currently on knowledge and educational technologies, security engineering, and AI. He is also active in innovation research and design thinking. Earlier scientific work concentrated on efficient algorithms and complexity theory.

Christoph Meinel is author or co-author of 19 books, many anthologies, as well as numerous conference proceedings. He has more than 700 (peer-reviewed) papers published in scientific journals and international conferences, and holds a number of international patents. He has supervised and supervises many master and doctoral students, more than 70 have already successfully defended their doctoral theses.
He is a member of the National German Academy of Science and Engineering (acatech), director of the HPI-Stanford Design Thinking Research Program, member of the board of governors of the Technion in Haifa, visiting professor among others at the TU Beijing, and member of numerous scientific committees and supervisory boards. Together with Larry Leifer he was program director of the HPI Stanford Design Thinking Program and serious editor of the Springer serious “Understanding Innovation”. Since 2012 Christoph Meinel has developed the MOOC platform openHPI which is meanwhile used by various partners (SAP, WHO, KI-Campus, …) and counts more than 15 Mio. learner enrollments. In the years 2016-2021 he has developed the HPI Schul-Cloud which meanwhile is used in more than 4.000 schools all over Germany. For many years he offers the HPI ID Leak Checker service which is frequently used by 16 Mio. users. He was the founder of the scientific journal ECCC and in the years 1994-2016 its editor-in-chief.