[Busec] busec next week: William Whyte (Wed 10am)
goldbe at cs.bu.edu
Fri Feb 20 09:41:39 EST 2015
Next week, Wednesday's seminar starts a bit later (10am). William Whyte
will talk about security and privacy for forthcoming vehicle-to-vehicle
communications systems. Lunch will be provided and abstract below.
Also, crypto Day at MSR is today!
The following week we have a CS colloquium by Vasileios Kemerlis from
Columbia (Monday 11am), and a busec seminar by own Oxana Poburinnaya (Wed
9.30am). Abstract for these talks TBA.
BUsec Calendar: http://www.bu.edu/cs/busec/
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The busec seminar gratefully acknowledges the support of BU's Center for
Reliable Information Systems and Cyber Security (RISCS).
Security and privacy for the forthcoming vehicle-to-vehicle communications
Speaker: William Whyte, Security Innovation
Wednesday Feb 25, 9:30-11am
Hariri Seminar Room
The US Department of Transportation announced on February 3rd, 2014, that
it intends to mandate a system for inclusion in all light vehicles that
would allow them to broadcast their position and velocity on a more-or-less
continuous basis. The system is claimed to have the capability to prevent
up to 80% of all unimpaired collisions. The presentation, by a key member
of the team designing the communications security for the system, will
discuss the security needs, the constraints due to cost and other issues,
and the efforts that are being made to ensure that the system will not
compromise end-user privacy. This will include an overview of some novel
cryptographic constructs that improve the scalability, robustness, and
privacy of the system. There may even be proofs.
Charles River Crypto Day will be on Friday, Feb 20 at Microsoft Research
(One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA). Program here:
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