We connect technology, people, information, and processes to enable assured operations.
Cybersecurity is a computing-based discipline involving technology, people, information, and processes to enable assured operations. It involves the creation, operation, analysis, and testing of secure computer systems. It is an interdisciplinary field combining technical aspects with law, policy, human factors, ethics, and risk management in the context of adversaries [JTF].
Cybersecurity laboratory (CYBERSEC) connects the theory with practice, focusing on educating future security professionals. The research activities are performed in KYPO Cyber Range Platform – a state of the art scientific computing facility for cybersecurity research and education.
Join our team
For students at all levels (Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degree), we offer the opportunity to explore the field of cybersecurity and gain invaluable theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Joining the lab will provide you an excellent complement to your coursework.
Get involved: find a project that interests you and contact the corresponding lab member. We welcome new colleagues!
- Silvia Brišáková
- Radoslav Chudovský
- Miriam Gáliková
- Matěj Groman
- Jakub Bartolomej Košuth
- Daniel Popovič
- Zdeněk Vydra
- Jana Ziková
Stay in touch with us and cybersecurity topics via the informal Facebook group of FI students and graduates. Feel free to follow our Twitter as well. In addition to getting info about cybersecurity, you can discuss exciting security news from around the world.
Where to find us
Our lab is located at the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University (Botanická 68a, 60200 Brno). After entering the building, go to the right. The meeting point is near the stairs and elevators on the ground floor (3D map).
Brief history of the lab
Cybersecurity laboratory is a spin-off of CSIRT-MU and is supported through research projects at the Faculty of Informatics (FI) and the Institute of Computer Science (ICS). The laboratory was founded in 2018 by Pavel Čeleda and Jan Vykopal. Several other academics, researchers, students, and technical staff from the FI and the ICS are associated with the lab.