The research group Critical Information Infrastructures (cii) is part of the Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods (AIFB) at the KIT-Department of Economics and Management (WiWi Department), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). We are a member of the Competence Center for Applied Security Technology (KASTEL), the KIT Center Information ˑ Systems ˑ Technologies (KCIST), and the Helmholtz Information and Data Science School for Health (HIDSS4Health).
(11.06.2021) Citizens who have sovereignty over their data and at the same time the existence of organizations that create value with it —a dichotomy for many. However, the DaWID project aims to make this a reality by uniting data sovereignty for citizens and the data economy.More
(26.05.2021) Our new journal article “Artificial Intelligence as a Service – Classification and Research Directions“ by Sebastian Lins, Konstantin D. Pandl, Heiner Teigeler, Scott Thiebes, Calvin Bayer, and Ali Sunyaev has been accepted for publication in the journal Business & Information Systems Engineering as ‘Catchword’.More
(04.05.2021) Our new journal article “How detection ranges and usage stops impact digital contact tracing effectiveness for COVID-19“ by Konstantin Pandl, Scott Thiebes, Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, and Ali Sunyaev has been accepted for publication in the journal Scientific Reports.More
(28.04.2021) Since January 1, 2021, the Critical Information Infrastructures (cii) research group has joined the Competence Center for Applied Security Technology (KASTEL).More
(27.04.2021) Sebastian Lins will on 30th April present the AUDITOR project in his talk “AUDITOR – Development of a new data protection certification for cloud services” at 11:30 am during the COMMUNITY DAYS. This two-day online event is about “IT outsourcing, managed services and cloud computing: IT-GRC in the context of external IT services”.More
(15.04.2021) Our new paper Trustworthy machine learning for health care: scalable data valuation with the shapley value “ by Konstantin Pandl, Fabian Feiland, Scott Thiebes, and Ali Sunyaev has been accepted for the conference „CHIL '21: ACM Conference on Health, Inference, and Learning“, which is held on April 7th-8th 2021 as an online event. The full paper will be available online shortly after.More