LVI: New Intel processor flaw discovered
After Meltdown, Spectre and Zombieload: LVI is a new class of transient-execution attacks exploiting microarchitectural flaws in modern processors to inject attacker data into a victim program and steal sensitive data and keys from Intel SGX, a secure vault in Intel processors for your personal data.
Competence field Neuromorphic Computing established with help of TU Graz
Prof. Wolfgang Maass (Institute of Theoretical Computer Science) is working together with fortiss on the new competence field Neuromorphic Computing (NC). Neuromorphic IT systems don't code with zeros and ones, but in the form of pulses, like biological nerve cells.The learning ability of robots, for example, could be increased by this technology without increasing energy consumption.