CYSEC 2020 March 4, 2020 to March 4, 2020, Darmstadt, Germany

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Fix the leak: Side-Channel Protection for SGX using Data Location Randomization Alexandra Dmitrienko Hardware-assisted security architectures, such as Intel SGX, promise protection to security-sensitive applications from malicious software ...
Privacy and AI: Contradiction or Symbiosis? Xuebing Zhou Artificial Intelligence is about to change our society considerably. In domains like autonomous driving, medical ...
Learning when to stop: in life and when training deep networks Ileana Buhan Today, deep neural networks represent a common option when conducting the profiled side-channel analysis. Such ...
IoT security challenges: embedded encryption and machine learning technologies Najwa Aaraj In this talk, I will focus on the security of CPS / IoT devices, which ...
A data scientist’s journey: a personal account of what we have learnt Stuti Lippolis In this talk, we will share our experiences of how we became data scientists. We ...
Secure Communication in the Quantum Era Johanna Sepúlveda N/A
Secure Boot Process for FPGAs Fareena Saqib Compromise of boot process, access and control of a single sensor ormicro-controller by a hacker ...
The chip, Mia and the table Lejla Batina N/A
Neuromorphic Systems @ Merck Innovation Center Hannah Bürckstümmer At the Innovation Center at Merck, we strive to develop business beyond our current focus ...
Student panel discussion N/a N/A
Efficiency and agility: in secure hardware and in life! Nele Mentens When embedded electronic systems need high performance or low power consumption, it is often unavoidable ...
How I became Intel Labs Europe Research Director: A story how unpredictable a career is Astrid Elbe After you finished your master or PhD you might think you find your first job, ...
Machine Learning for Systems Azalia Mirhoseini In the past decade, computer systems and chips have played a key role in the ...
Panel discussion: “Emerging Technologies: Opportunities and Risks” Fareena Saqib , Hannah Bürckstümmer , Astrid Elbe , Johanna Sepúlvedav N/A