Prof. Dr Martin Kappes
Head of the research group for Network Security, Information Security and Privacy
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Martin Kappes is a Professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Frankfurt am Main. He is head of the Network Security, Information Security and Data Privacy Research Group.
His current research projects comprise DaNe, a tool for automated analysis, design and deployment of a secure network infrastructure in small and medium businesses, and the design and development of a fully functional indicator-based system for assessing the availability of the infrastructure in computing centers in cooperation with the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI).
Prof. Kappes holds Degrees in Computer Science (Dipl.-Inform.) and Economics (Dipl.-Kfm.) and a Ph.D. in Computer Science. He is author of a textbook on Information Security, published over 40 papers in scientific journals and conference proceedings and received 9 US Patents.
A Self-Learning Network Anomaly Detection System using Majority Voting
1 Journal papers
1 publication(s) - all categories.
Current MPhil/PhD Supervisions
- Mr Denis Hock, Network Anomaly Detection