Bernhard Tellenbach

Bernhard Tellenbach is professor and heads the information security research group at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW). After he got his M.Sc. in electrical engineering and information technology from ETH Z├╝rich, he started working there as a research assistant and PhD student. In 2012, he completed his dissertation on detection, classification and visualization of anomalies (in network traffic) using generalized entropy metrics. His research interests include anomaly detection, honeypots, malware and threat detection, and information security in general. He leads the Cyber Security platform of the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences and is one of three co-founders of the European Cyber Security Challenge. He presides the Swiss Cyber Storm Conference and the Swiss hacking challenge.