1989-2019: Wibu-Systems is proud to play an active role in enabling the strength and securing the future of the global economy. Our work represents an important contribution to the protection of intellectual property, the creation of novel business models, and security everywhere. We strive to inspire trust with transparency and user-friendly solutions. We address the challenges of the digital transformation and connected infrastructures – going beyond the legislative requirements and the commercial interests of our own business – with our commitment to digital sovereignty in our society.
With the multitude and variety of threats in the digital world, unity in diversity is the key: the House of IT Security that we are building wall-to-wall with our new head offices is designed to combine academic excellence with enterprising minds to boost IT security research and practice, to act as an amplifier for the agility and energy of growing startups, to attract international companies pursuing IT security projects and academic and commercial partnerships to Karlsruhe, to generate new jobs and revenue in the region, and to become a physical beacon of IT security.
Our partnership with the Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) enters a new stage: For several years, we have been offering dual courses in computer science. With the start of the new academic year, we are also participating in dual training for software engineers specializing in business informatics. The results are staggering: 80% of graduates from the dual study courses sign permanent employment contracts long before the end of their studies!
Under the leadership of Infineon Technologies AG and as part of the ALESSIO research projectframework, the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied and Integrated Security (AISEC), Giesecke+Devrient Mobile Security, Siemens, the Technical University of Munich, and Wibu-Systems have developed updatable security mechanisms for connected computer applications and embedded systems that can provide state-of-the-art protections over the long term.