Hackern gelingt es immer wieder, Passwörter zu stehlen, auf sensible Firmen- und Userdaten zuzugreifen und somit schlimmstenfalls ganze Unternehmen lahmzulegen. So vielfältig die Möglichkeiten sind, die das Internet seinen Nutzern bietet, so vielfältig sind auch die Angriffspunkte und potenziellen Gefahren, die vom Internet ausgehen und vielen Menschen noch nicht richtig bewusst sind. In diesem openHPI-Kurs lernen Sie die Grundbegriffe der Internetsicherheit kennen. Warum ist das Internet in seinem Grunddesign unsicher? Welches sind die Schwachstellen des Internets und wie werden diese von Cyberkriminellen ausgenutzt? Diese Fragen werden unter anderem in diesem Kurs beantwortet. Gleichzeitig erhalten Sie einige Tipps, wie Sie sich vor solchen Angriffen schützen können.
Weitere Video Lectures finden Sie unter www.tele-task.de.
Weitere online Sicherheitsdiente unter sec.hpi.de.
Kursbildquelle: © James Thew / Fotolia
This course was held from Feb 08, 2016 through Apr 08, 2016.
8021 learners were enrolled on day 1 of the course.
When the final exam ended, this number had increased to 11287.
16348 learners enrolled.
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Professor Dr. Christoph Meinel (Univ. Prof., Dr. sc. nat., Dr. rer. nat., 1954) is Scientific Director and CEO of the Hasso Plattner Institute for Digital Engineering gGmbH (HPI) . He is a full professor (C4) for computer science and holds a chair at HPI on Internet Technologies and Systems . His areas of research focus on future Internet technologies, in particular Information Security, Web 3.0: Semantic Web, Social and Service Web, as well as on innovative Internet applications, especially in the domains of e-learning, tele-teaching and tele-medicine. Besides, he is scientifically active in the field of innovation research Design Thinking. His earlier research work concentrated on the theoretical foundation of computer science in the areas of computational complexity and the design of efficient (OBDD-based) algorithms and data structures.
Christoph Meinel teaches in the Bachelor and Master courses in IT-Systems Engineering and at the HPI School of Design Thinking. He is honorary professor at the Computer Sciences School at Beijing University of Technology, visiting professor at Shanghai University in China, and a senior research fellow at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg. Since 2008, together with Larry Leifer from Stanford University, he is program director of the HPI-Stanford Design Thinking Research Program. Since 2010, he chairs the Steering Committee of the HPI Future SOC lab.
Christoph Meinel is author/co-author of 10 books and 4 anthologies, as well as editor of various conference proceedings. More than 400 of his papers have been published in high-profile scientific journals and at international conferences. His high-security solution Lock-Keeper is internationally patented and licensed by Siemens AG. His tele-TASK system provides an innovative mobile system for recording and Internet broadcasting lectures and presentations used in many universities all-over the world. The virtual tele-lab for Internet Security provides the possibility to get hands-on experiences in practical issues of Internet and information security. The recently developed tele-Board supports remote work of creative teams.
Christoph Meinel is a member of acatech, the German academy of sciences and engineering. He is chairman of the German IPv6 council and of the advisory board of UTD Meraka in South Africa, and a member of the SAP Security Advisory Board. In 2006, he hosted together with Hasso Plattner the first German "National IT-Summit" of the German Federal Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel. From 1998 to 2002 he was the founder and CEO of the Research Lab "Institute for Telematics" in Trier. Christoph Meinel is chief editor of the scientific electronic journals ECCC - Electronic Colloquium on Computational Complexity and ECDTR - Electronic Colloquium on Design Thinking Research , the IT-Gipfelblog , and the tele-TASK archive.