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Workshop de seguridad informática con expertos de UT Dallas

El Departamento de Ingeniería de Sistemas y Computación, los invita a participar en el workshop de seguridad informática con expertos de UT Dallas el próximo 6 de julio. 

En esta ocasión nos acompañan dos invitados internacionales expertos de la UT Dallas. 

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Fecha:

6 de Julio del 2017

Hora:

9:00 AM a 12:00 PM

*Registro a partir de las 8:30am

Inscripción previa:

Lugar:

Calle 19A Nº 1 - 37 Este
Salón W 101 - Edificio W
Universidad de los Andes

La agenda presentada a continuación está sujeta a modificaciones y puede cambiar sin previo aviso.

*Las conferencias presentadas tratan temas técnicos.

Hora Actividad

8:30am - 9:00am

REGISTRO
9:00am - 9:40am

Securing Cyber-Physical Systems by Bridging the Gap between Control and Information Security
Dr. Alvaro A. Cardenas

*Conferencia en español. 

9:40am - 10:20am

Binary Code Analysis on OS Kernels: Techniques and Applications
Dr. Zhiqiang Lin

*Conferencia en inglés. No hay traducción simultánea.

10:20am - 10:40am

Coffe break y Networking

10:40am - 11:40am

Panel: Preguntas del público sobre los temas presentados y sobre otros temas relacionados con seguridad.

Securing Cyber-Physical Systems by Bridging the Gap between Control and Information Security

Advances in embedded computers and networks that monitor and control physical systems are improving our productivity, sustainability, and well-being, but they also introduce the security risks associated with information technology. To fully understand the risks of these technologies, and to develop resilient security and privacy mechanisms in cyber-physical systems, we need concepts from control as well as information security. In the last decade, the control community has proposed fundamental advances in Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) security; in parallel, the computer security community has also achieved significant advances in practical implementation aspects for CPS security and privacy. While both of these fields have made significant progress independently, there is still a large language and conceptual barrier between the two fields, and as a result, computer security experts have developed a parallel and independent research agenda from control theory researchers. In order to design future CPS security and privacy mechanisms, the two communities need to come closer together and leverage the insights that each has developed. In this talk I will discuss our efforts to facilitate the integration of these two communities by leveraging the physical properties of the system under control for designing novel security and privacy algorithms, tools, and metrics for CPS.

Binary Code Analysis on OS Kernels: Techniques and Applications

Being a basic means for the understanding of program logics, binary code analysis has been used in many security applications such as malware analysis, vulnerability discovery, protocol reverse engineering, and forensic analysis. However, tons of efforts in binary code analysis have been focusing on analyzing the user level software, with significant less attention on kernel binary.

In this talk, Dr. Lin would like to talk about a line of their recent efforts of how to use dynamic binary code analysis on OS kernels to solve a unique problem in virtualization, namely the semantic gap problem. This problem exists because at the hypervisor layer, the view is too low level, and there is no semantic abstraction such as files, APIs and system calls. Therefore, hypervisor layer programmers often have to manually bridge the semantic gap while developing introspection software. Through dynamic binary code analysis, Dr. Lin will talk about how to automatically bridge the semantic gap with a number of program analysis techniques from the hypervisor layer, and demonstrate a set of new applications, such as using the native command for guest-OS introspection, and automated guest-OS management.

Zhiqiang Lin CAREER award

Dr. Zhiqiang Lin is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas.

He earned his PhD from Computer Science Department at Purdue University in 2011. His primary research interests are systems and software security, with an emphasis on developing program analysis techniques and applying them to secure both application programs including mobile apps and the underlying system software such as Operating Systems and hypervisors. Dr. Lin is a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award and the AFOSR Young Investigator Award.


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Dr. Alvaro A. Cardenas is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at The University of Texas at Dallas.

He holds M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Maryland, College Park. Before joining UT Dallas he was a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, Berkeley, and a research staff at Fujitsu Laboratories of America in Sunnyvale California. He has also been an intern at INRIA-LORIA in France, and a SCADA intern at Occidental Petroleum Corporation.  His research interests focus on cyber-physical systems and IoT security and privacy. He is the recipient of the NSF CAREER award, best paper awards from the IEEE Smart Grid Communications Conference and the U.S. Army Research Conference, and a Fellowship from the University of Maryland.


Información adicional

  • Fecha: Jueves, 06 Julio 2017
  • Hora: 9:00 am
  • Lugar: W - 101
Leído 2009 Tiempo Última modificación Miércoles, 05 Julio 2017 09:40