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Thursday, February 12 at 3pm in AK 233: Improving Uniqueness and Modeling Attack Resistance of Strong PUFs Presenter: Sandip Kundu (UMass Amherst) Abstract: Hardware authentication is fundamentally concerned with establishing the authenticity of smart tags or system components including the provenance of ICs throughout its lifecycle. Physically Unclonable Functions (PUFs) are promising for low-cost authentication […]
Friday, April 30 at 11am in AK 108: Access Pattern Disclosure Attacks against Searchable Encryption Schemes Presenter: Murat Kantarcioglu (University of Texas at Dallas) Abstract: With the advent of cloud computing, outsourcing data to cloud providers is becoming more popular due to the lower cost and increased flexibility. At the same time, concerns related to […]
Thursday, Dec. 12 at 4 pm in AK-219: Presenter: Prof. Erkay Savas (Sabanci University) Abstract: Cache attacks are shown to be effective side-channel attacks that use cache access patterns of a cryptographic algorithm during execution. The cryptographic algorithms using lookup table approach for acceleration are especially vulnerable to cache attacks. Depending on the available information […]
Thursday, Nov. 14 at 4 pm in AK-219: Beehive: Large-Scale Log Analysis for Detecting Suspicious Activity in Enterprise Networks Presenter: Dr. Alina Oprea (RSA Laboratories) Abstract: Currently, many organizations keep large volumes of log data collected by various security products. This data is mostly used today for forensic analysis once an attack has been discovered […]