Affiliated Event: Workshop on Attacks in Cryptography (WAC, August 18)
Cryptography is often thought of as the "bright spot" of practical security, a mathematical paradise where security can be rigorously proven and issues like buffer overflows are in someone else’s department. However, there is a growing community of researchers who regularly find serious flaws in widely deployed cryptographic implementations and protocols. This workshop is intended to bring together researchers who work on cryptographic attacks.
- Nadia Heninger (University of Pennsylvania)
Talks before 15:30 will take place in UCEN State Street Room. Talks after 16:00 will take place in Corwin Pavilion West.