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secinto GmbH

 Contact data
StreetFrauentalerstraße 100 
ZIP, City, Region 8530 - Deutschlandsberg (Styria) 
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 Contact person

Dr Stefan Kraxberger (General Manager)
 Employees (Total)
Total: 1-10  number of researches: 2

 Central aim of organisation
Provision of IT security services

 Briefly describe your organisation
The company has been established in 2011. The main focus is on the provision of services in the area of IT security. The main parts are consultancy and execution of security certifications (Common Criteria, EMVCo, GDPR, ISO 27001), secure development life cycle, security and penetration testing, development of e-government solutions based on citizen cards and implementation of big-data driven security solutions

 Core Competency


 ICT sectors:
- ICT Applications     
   - E-Government     
   - IT Security and Encryption     
   - Standardisation     
   - Smart Cards and Access Systems     
   - Application Service Provision (ASP)      
   - Databases, Database Management     
   - Archiving, Documentation     
   - Information and Multimedia Retrieval     
   - Software Engineering and Testing     
   - Semantic Systems     
   - Internet Technologies     
   - Network Security     
   - Data Mining     
   - RFID     
   - Wireless & Mobile Communication     
 RTD Experiences & Publications

 My organisation has been involved in projects funded by the following EU-programmes
  Coordinator  Partner 
EU Framework Programme (FP)
Other international co-operative research
Joint Technology Initiatives (Art. 171)

 Austrian Research and Development Projects
  Coordinator  Partner 
Non-cooperative Projects (Single projects)        
Cooperative Projects

 RTD Experience
Dr. Stefan Kraxberger was the technical lead for WP4 and WP6 in the EU-project SECRICOM. The aim was to create Seamless Communication for Crisis Management for EU safety
Dr. Stefan Kraxberger was the technical lead for WP4, WP5 and WP6 in the EU-project SMEPP. The aim was to develop a Secure Middleware for Embedded Peer to Peer systems.
Dr. Stefan Kraxberger was the technical lead for WP4 and WP6 in the EU-project POSITIF. The projects aim was to offer automatic tools to support security managers in protecting networked infrastructures and applications.

Peter Teufl, Stefan Kraxberger: Extracting Semantic Knowledge from Twitter. ePart 2011: 48-59,
Udo Payer, Peter Teufl, Stefan Kraxberger, Mario Lamberger: Massive Data Mining for Polymorphic Code Detection, MMM-ACNS 2005: 448-453,
Sandra Dominikus, Manfred Josef Aigner, Stefan Kraxberger: Passive RFID technology for the internet of things. ICITST 2010: 1-8,
Daniel M. Hein, Ronald Toegl, Stefan Kraxberger: An autonomous attestation token to secure mobile agents in disaster response. Security and Communication Networks 3(5): 421-438 (2010),
Stefan Kraxberger, Ronald Toegl, Martin Pirker, Elisa Pintado Guijarro, Guillermo Garcia Millan: Trusted Identity Management for Overlay Networks. ISPEC 2013: 16-30,
Peter Teufl, Stefan Kraxberger, Clemens Orthacker, Günther Lackner, Michael Gissing, Alexander Marsalek, Johannes Leibetseder, Oliver Prevenhueber: Android Market Analysis with Activation Patterns. MobiSec 2011: 1-12,
Udo Payer, Stefan Kraxberger: Polymorphic Code Detection with GA Optimized Markov Models. Communications and Multimedia Security 2005: 210-219,
Peter Danner, Daniel M. Hein, Stefan Kraxberger: Securing Emergency Response Operations Using Distributed Trust Decisions. NSS 2010: 62-69,

 Inserted / Updated
2014-11-10 / 2018-06-07