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Agenda & Program

All sessions will be held in the Giant Eagle Auditorium in Baker Hall.

Meals will take place in Rangos Ballroom in University Center, unless otherwise stated.

See maps for walking directions on campus.

 

Agenda at-a-glance

  06/22/11
Wednesday
06/23/11
Thursday
06/24/11
Friday
08:00 AM Combined Breakfast w/ TIW
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
Combined Breakfast w/ TIW
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
Breakfast
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
08:30 AM Welcome / Registration SoEc Intro + Session 4: Socio-Economic Aspects of Trust Session 6: Access Control
09:00 AM Keynote (w/ TIW)
Liam O Murchu, Symantec

Giant Eagle Auditorium, Baker Hall
09:30 AM Session 7: Privacy
10:00 AM Break Break
10:30 AM Session 1: Cloud and Virtualization Keynote
Steve Pawlowski, Intel
Break
11:00 AM Session 8: Trust Issues in Routing
11:30 AM Combined Lunch w/ TIW
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
Combined Lunch w/ TIW
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
12:00 PM Session 9: Crypto-Physical Protocols
12:30 PM
01:00 PM Session 5: Hardware Trust Closing
01:30 PM Session 2: Physically Unclonable Functions Boxed Lunches
02:00 PM  
02:30 PM
03:00 PM Break Break
03:30 PM Session 3: Mobile Device Security Panel: Global Cybersecurity R&D Strategy Discussion
04:00 PM
04:30 PM
05:00 PM New Generation of TC Standards and Technology Adoption Rescheduled from Session 2: Collusion Resistant Anonymous Broadcast Encryption Scheme based on PUF
05:30 PM  
06:00 PM
06:30 PM
07:00 PM Combined Dinner and Social Event: TRUST + TIW
Pittsburgh Athletic Association (walking directions)
Dinner
LeMont Pittsburgh (bus departs Baker Hall at 5:45pm)
07:30 PM
08:00 PM
08:30 PM
09:00 PM

 

Program

Wednesday, 22 June 2011
8:00-8:30am
Breakfast
Combined w/ TIW
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
8:30-9:00am
Welcome
9:00-10:00am
Keynote (w/ TIW)
Liam O Murchu, Symantec North America manager of security response, will present on his role in reverse engineering the Stuxnet Worm.
10:00-10:30am
Break
10:30-11:30am
Session 1. Cloud and Virtualization
Session Chair: Adrian Perrig
Verifying Trustworthiness of Virtual Appliances in Collaborative Environments (this presentation has been moved to the 4th slot of Session 5)
C. Namiluko, J. Huh, A. Martin
Towards a Trustworthy, Lightweight Cloud Computing Framework for Embedded Systems
K. Dietrich, J. Winter
11:30am-1:30pm
Lunch
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
1:30-3:00pm
Session 2. Physically Unclonable Functions
Session Chair: Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi
Side-Channel Analysis of PUFs and Fuzzy Extractors
D. Merli, D. Schuster, F. Stumpf, G. Sigl
Collusion Resistant Anonymous Broadcast Encryption Scheme based on PUF
L. Krzywiecki, M. Kutylowski (rescheduled for Thursday at 5pm)
A Practical Device Authentication Scheme using SRAM PUFs
P. Koeberl, J. Li, A. Rajan, C. Vishik, W. Wu
3:00-3:30pm
Break
3:30-5:00pm
Session 3. Mobile Device Security
Session Chair: Michael LeMay
Practical Property-Based Attestation on Mobile Devices
K. Kostiainen, N. Asokan, J. Ekberg
Taming Information-Stealing Smartphone Applications (on Android)
Y. Zhou, X. Zhang, X. Jiang, V. Freeh
Towards Permission-based Attestation for the Android Platform (Short Paper)
I. Bente, B. Hellmann, S. Heuser, J. Vieweg, J. von Helden, J. Westhuis, G. Dreo
5:00-5:30pm
New Generation of TC Standards and Technology Adoption
Speaker: Claire Vishik, Intel Corporation
7:00-9:00pm
Combined Dinner and Social Event: TRUST + TIW
Pittsburgh Athletic Association
Thursday, 23 June 2011
8:00-8:30am
Breakfast
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
8:30-10:00am
SoEc Intro + Session 4. Socio-Economic Aspects of Trust
Session Chair: Angela Sasse
Trusting to Learn: Trust and Privacy Issues in Serious Games
M. Malheiros, C. Jennett, W. Seager, M. Sasse
Modifying Trust Dynamics through Collusions and Defections in Evolving Social Networks
M. Cremonini, L. Allodi, L. Chiodi
Who Is Concerned about What? A Study of American, Chinese and Indian Users Privacy Concerns on Social Network Sites (Short Paper)
Y. Wang, G. Norcie, L. Cranor
10:00-10:30pm
Break
10:30-11:30am
Keynote
Stephen Pawlowski, Senior Fellow and CTO for the Intel Architecture Group, Intel Corporation
11:30am-1:00pm
Lunch
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
1:00-3:00pm
Session 5. Hardware Trust
Session Chair: Anand Rajan
Systematic Security Assessment at an Early Processor Design Stage
R. Huang, D. Grawrock, D. Doughty, G. Suh
CPU Support for Secure Executables
P. Williams, R. Boivie
Extracting Device Fingerprints from Flash Memory by Exploiting Physical Variations
P. Prabhu, A. Akel, L. Grupp, W. Yu, G. Suh, E. Kan, S. Swanson
Enforcing Executing-Implies-Verified with the Integrity-Aware Processor (this presentation has been moved to 1st slot of Session 1)
M. LeMay, C. Gunter
3:00-3:30pm
Break
3:30-5:00pm
Panel: Global Cybersecurity R&D Strategy Discussion
Resolving Cybersecurity issues is increasingly important worldwide, and several strategic efforts in US, Europe, and Asia had been conducted addressing the right R&D strategy. The panel will focus on key strategic efforts in the US and elsewhere in defining the thrust of cybersecurity R&D.

Moderator: Claire Vishik, Intel; Participants: Pat Muoio (NITRD, US); Bill Newhouse (NIST, US); Akiko Orita (Japan); Ahmad Sadeghi (Professor, Technical University Darmstadt); Ron Perez (Fellow, AMD).
5:00pm
Rescheduled: Collusion Resistant Anonymous Broadcast Encryption Scheme based on PUF
L. Krzywiecki, M. Kutylowski
5:45pm
Bus departure
7:00-9:00pm
Dinner
LeMont Pittsburgh
Friday, 24 June 2011
8:00-8:30am
Breakfast
Rangos Ballroom, University Center
8:30-9:30am
Session 6. Access Control
Session Chair: Claire Vishik
Home-Network Threats and Access Controls
M. Baugher, V. Lortz
Contego: Capability-Based Access Control for Web Browsers (Short Paper)
T. Luo, W. Du
9:30-10:30am
Session 7. Privacy
Session Chair: Andrew A. Adams
Efficient Techniques for Privacy-Preserving Sharing of Sensitive Information
E. De Cristofaro, Y. Lu, G. Tsudik
CertainLogic: A Logic for Modeling Trust and Uncertainty (Short Paper)
S. Ries, S. Habib, M. Muhlhauser, V. Varadharajan
10:30-11:00am
Break
11:00am-12:00pm
Session 8. Trust Issues in Routing
Session Chair: Andrew Martin
AS-TRUST: A Trust Quantification Scheme for Autonomous Systems in BGP
J. Chang, K. Venkatasubramanian, A. West, S. Kannan, B. Loo, O. Sokolsky, I. Lee
Incentivizing Responsible Networking via Introduction-Based Routing
G. Frazier, Q. Duong, M. Wellman, E. Petersen
12:00-1:00pm
Session 9. Crypto-Physical Protocols
Session Chair: Virgil Gligor
Catching the Cuckoo: Verifying TPM Proximity Using a Quote Timing Side- Channel (Short Paper)
R. Fink, A. Sherman, A. Mitchell, D. Challener
Group Distance Bounding Protocols (Short Paper)
K. Defrawy, S. Capkun, G. Tsudik
1:00-1:30pm
Closing
1:30-2:00pm
Boxed Lunches
Distribution at Giant Eagle Auditorium in Baker Hall
Path from Wyndham Hotel to Carnegie Mellon University

Path from Baker Hall to the University Center



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