[Busec] FW: Workshop on Security of Future Internet Architectures
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Fri Sep 6 12:04:44 EDT 2013
From: perrig at gmail.com [mailto:perrig at gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, September 06, 2013 11:56 AM
To: Bestavros, Azer
Subject: Workshop on Security of Future Internet Architectures
On October 16-17 we are holding an exciting 1 1/2 day workshop on the
security of future Internet architectures at ETH Zurich in Switzerland.
The research community is revisiting the design of current
communication networks with respect to their security, efficiency, but
also with respect to the communication primitives that are emerging,
such as content-centric architectures. The goal of the workshop is to
bring together researchers and practitioners interested in future
Internet architectures, and to discuss the most important security,
privacy, legal and policy issues. As the format we have 10 invited
speakers who will talk for 45 minutes on a topic, followed by 15
minutes of discussion. Topics include: security for Software-Defined
Networks (SDN), Content-Centric Networks (CCN), mobile networks,
future public-key infrastructures, censorship resilience, anonymous
communication, legal and policy aspects, and emerging attack vectors.
More information about the workshop is available at:
To obtain a reduced registration rate, please register by September
22. We're looking forward to welcoming you to our workshop in
October. Best wishes,
Stefan Bechtold: Professor of intellectual property at ETH Zurich.
Implications of Fault Localization, Routing Path Control, and Domain Isolation: A Legal and Regulatory Perspective
Nick Feamster: Associate Professor, School of Computer Science at The Georgia Institute of Technology.
Censorship resilience: Current Research Challenges and Future Directions
Mark Felegyhazi: Assistant Professor at Laboratory of Cryptography and Systems Security (CrySyS).
Cousins of Stuxnet: Duqu, Flame, and Gauss
Yih-Chun Hu: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Entity Validation Infrastructures in a Future Internet
Ghassan Karame: Research Scientist in the Security Group of NEC Labs in Germany.
Software-Defined Networking: Overview and Outlook
Emilia Kasper: Software Engineer in the Google security team since 2011.
Certificate Transparency: Mapping the TLS Landscape
Morley Mao: Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at University of Michigan.
Security challenges in next-generation mobile networks and proposed solutions
Jean-Pierre Seifert: Professor heading the group "Security in Telecommunications" at TU Berlin, Germany.
Security challenges in cellular networks
Paul Syverson: Mathematician at the Center for High Assurance Computer Systems of the Naval Research Laboratory.
Tour Onion Routing: novice lowlands to recent summits of Tor traffic correlation
Gene Tsudik: Chancellor's Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Irvine (UCI).
Overview of NDN Security and Privacy Landscape
More information about the Busec