Security Seminar: Michel Kinsy

Time: Oct 14, Friday, 10:30am -12:00pm Place: ITE 301  Title: Secure multicore architecture design Speaker: Prof. Michel Kinsy  Boston University Abstract: The emergence of general-purpose system-on-chip (SoC) architectures has given rise to a number of significant security challenges. The current trend in SoC design is system-level integration of heterogeneous technologies consisting of a large number of processing elements […]

Seminar: Tom Moyer

Tom Moyer will talk about adding full system provenance to the Linux Kernel. Title: Building Resilient Systems for the Department of Defense using Secure Data Provenance Time/Location: October 28 at 10:30 in BUS 106 Abstract: Decision makers need timely and accurate data to make critical decisions. In many cases, that data is presented without evidence that it […]

Security Seminar: Aanchal Malhotra

Speaker: Aanchal Malhotra Time/Location: 11/4 at 10:30am in BUSN 106 Abstract: For decades, the Network Time Protocol (NTP) has been used to synchronize computer clocks over untrusted network paths. We explore the risk that network attackers can exploit unauthenticated NTP traffic to alter the time on client systems. First, we present an extremely low-rate (single […]

Security Seminar: Sophia Yakoubov, Catching MPC Cheaters

ITE 336 438 Whitney Road Extension, Unit 1006, Storrs

ITE 336; 11-12pm, Jan 20, 2017 Title: Catching MPC Cheaters: Identification and Openability Speaker: Sophia Yakoubov Webpage: Abstract: Secure multi-party computation (MPC) protocols do not completely prevent malicious parties from cheating and disrupting the computation. A coalition of malicious parties can repeatedly cause the computation to abort or provide an input that does not correspond to reality. In this […]

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