For contact tracing apps aiming to support society to deal with the current SARS-CoV-2 / Covid-19 pandemic, we only endorse privacy respecting designs that collect and use data in a decentralized manner, in line with our general approach to decentralizing digital identity in project Digidow. Centralized approaches to managing (pseudo-) identities and matching contact data pose too great a risk of becoming tools of mass surveillance and control far beyond dealing with the current crisis.
René Mayrhofer's blog
Am 7.4.2020 war René Mayrhofer im Interview in "Guten Morgen Österreich", um Fragen zum Datenschutz der "Stopp Corona" App zu beantworten.
We are happy to co-organize the Android Security Symposium 2017 within the scope of JRC u'smile with University of Applied Science Upper Austria (Campus Hagenberg) and SBA Resarch. The event is again hosted at Technical University Vienna to ease travel for our international speakers and participants. A strong program with a mix of academic and industry speakers has attracted roughly 250 registered participants from all over the world.
Getting the official "certbot" client for Letsencrypt to run on a host that is not directly reachable via HTTP and/or HTTPS is a bit tricky. One specific example where this makes sense is a virtual machine that compartmentalizes some services such as mail (SMTP, IMAP) or real-time communication (XMPP, MQTT, SIP, etc.) and does intentionally not host the associated HTTP server in the same VM.