Dr. Stefan Schiffner

teaches Computer Networks, Security and Privacy with a focus on Location Privacy since  October 2021. Before he was a researcher at the University of Luxembourg since  2017.  He was an NIS expert at ENISA (2013-2017), the EU cyber security agency, where he focused on the integration of "by design"-paradigms into the product development cycle, maturity assessments of privacy enhancing technologies, and the implications of data protection technologies and cryptography for the regulatory framework and society.

A computer scientist by training (TU Dresden, 2006), Stefan is an advocate for the free use of cryptographic techniques and anonymisation tools as means for individuals to exercise their right to privacy and freedom of speech. His PhD thesis at KU Leuven (2012) focused on models for online privacy, trust and reputation. For his postdoctoral research at CASED/TU Darmstadt, he led a team of researchers on the topics of privacy and trust within the Telecooperation group.

See ORCID, ResearchGate and Google Scholar for a more exausive list of my research activities

Current Teaching (Summer Term 2022):

Past Teaching (Winter Term 2021/22):

Final Theses

Would you like to dive into Data Protection, Cybersecurity Privacy by Design? Contact me at Stefan.Schiffner@uni-muenster.de

Themen:

Design and Analysis of Privacy Enhancing Technologies

Privacy by Design

Privacy in Location Based Services