Tuesday, December 18, 2012

InTrust 2012 (Day 2)

The conference concluded today with three contributed talks (including mine on the security analysis of an open car immobilizer protocol stack) and one invited talk. Andrea Saracino presented a new method to classify the security of Android applications which could make it easier for users to review the threats involved with the installation of individual apps. Liqun Chen talked about the re-evaluation of attacks on Direct Ananymous Attestation (DAA) schemes, which have been specified for usage with TPMs.

The last talk was by Christof Paar on four very interesting pieces of practical security work (two "constructive" and two "destructive") ranging from work on securing vehicular networks (VANETs) to the breaking of bitstream encryption in FPGA devices.

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