I'm a student with the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security at the University of Oxford. The CDT prepares for interdisciplinary research in Cyber Security including the fields of Computer Science, Social Science, Law, International Relations and Social Science. In 4 years the program leads to a DPhil in Cyber Security.
Before shifting to the CDT at Oxford I gained a Master of Science with distinction from the University of Edinburgh (2015-2016). Cyber Security and Privacy was the specialism I chose for my master. My master's project was concerned with the security and privacy of eHealth devices with the example of smart bathroom scales. My Bachelor's in Business Information Systems was an integrated degree program with the Duale Hochschule Badenwurttemberg, Mannheim and SAP SE. Studies and internships in turn allowed to foster the knowledge gained from theoretical studies in business projects. This course prepared for an early career in sales and consulting.
I started my consulting career at SAP Switzerland with the mobile solutions consulting team. Main focus was the design and implementation of mobile applications and required additions/changes to existing system landscapes. Firstly taking this from an application/implementation consulting perspective I soon took over more responsibility as project lead and system/software architect. Serving customers in Switzerland, Europe and North America I further specialised into the aspects of mobile solution security. I was also recognised as an expert in data synchronisation for offline applications.
My Master's dissertation under the supervision of Prof. D. Aspinall at the University of Edinburgh looking at the security and privacy of mHealth devices (smart scales)
The analysis framework for security and privacy of eHealth solutions which has been designed and implemented as part of the project. Please feel free to reuse, enhance or modify.
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M. Krämer. Health Monitors Under The Magnifying Glass: A Privacy And Security Study. Master thesis, University of Edinburgh, 2016.
Krämer, Aspinall, Wolters. POSTER: Weighing in eHealth Security - A Security and Privacy Study of Smart Scales.
Proceedings of the 23rd ACM SIGSAC Conference on Computer and Communications Security, ACM, 2016
M. Krämer. Konzeption eines User Onboarding Prozesses für Business to Consumer Applikationen auf Basis der Sybase Unwired Platform 2.1.
Bachelor thesis, Duale Hochschule Baden-Wurttemberg, Mannheim, 2012.
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