We are based at the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw, where we do research and teach crypto-related courses.

Our research is supported by a Welcome grant from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) and a Starting grant from the European Research Council (ERC).  Our teaching is supported by the Intel Labs Security Curriculum Initiative. We also participate in a COST Action Cryptography for Secure Digital Interaction.

The group leader is Stefan Dziembowski.
We are mostly interested in the foundations of cryptography and data security, in particular in provably-secure leakage- and tamper-resilient cryptography, cryptographic protocols, information-theoretic security, and cryptographic countermeasures against malicious software attacks.

We recently started a blog (in Polish) whose goal is to popularize cryptology in Poland.  We also do consulting in the area of information security.