Martin Brehmer (M.Sc.)

Research assistant
Prof. Dr. Marco Meier: Wirtschaftsinformatik & Management Support
Phone: +49 821 598 - 3907
Room: 1217 (J)
Address: Universitätsstraße 16, 86159 Augsburg


Martin Brehmer completed the bachelor's degree program in business information systems with a focus on "IT security" at the Baden Württemberg Cooperative State University in Heidenheim. Following the bachelor's program, he studied in the master's program in computer science and information management at the University of Augsburg as well as a semester abroad at the Technical University of Trondheim. At the beginning of 2018, Mr. Brehmer successfully completed the master's program. He gained practical experience, among other things, during his IHK (Chamber of Industry and Commerce) training as an IT systems clerk and the subsequent dual study program with his work at CANCOM SE, one of the largest IT system houses in Germany. During his studies, Martin Brehmer was employed as a research assistant at the Professorship for Business & Information Systems Engineering – Management Support since summer 2017. Since March 2018, he has been a research assistant at the Professorship for Business & Information Systems Engineering – Management Support. In his research, Mr. Brehmer focuses on topics related to IT security, especially the prevention of cyber attacks.


  • Research seminar: Management Support Systems
  • IT issues of the professorship

Research Foci

  • IT Security
  • Prevention of cyber attacks


Brehmer M., Reinelt R.: Gamifying a Learning Management System: Narrative and Team Leaderboard in the Context of Effective Information Security Education. Accepted and will be presented at HICSS 2023


Brehmer M., Abbas A.E., Vaidyanathan N. (2021): Towards Designing A Method To Create Sticky Information Security Training For SMEs: Identifying Design Factors. Presented at 29th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2021)


Brehmer M., Eichele C., Scharle M., Rolfs D. (2016): Informationsgewinnung aus Datenvernetzung – Koronare Herzkrankheiten über die Strukturierung von Daten frühzeitig erkennen. In: Andelfinger V., Hänisch T. (eds) eHealth. Integrationsseminar 2015 an der Dualen Hochschule Baden-Württemberg in Heidenheim, Fachrichtung Wirtschaftsinformatik. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden, S. 120-130


Brehmer, M. and Seitz, J. (2015): Long-term Data Security Challenges Using Cloud Storage Services. WHICEB 2015 Proceedings. 21., p. 42-48