Events

Privacy Engineering Network NL - second meeting

Aula Conference Center TU Delft
Mekelweg 5, 2628 CC Delft
Commissiekamer 3

Thursday 27 October 2022
14:00 - 16:00

 

Attendance is free of charge, but please register by email at info@pilab.nl. This is an in-person event. No live streaming will be available.

Very recently the Privacy Engineering Network (PEN-NL) was founded, an informal group of people from academia and industry working in privacy engineering. The group will meet several times a year in an informal atmosphere to present the latest developments to each other, and also just to network. The focus of this network will be (perhaps for the time being) on the technical perspective, but we do encourage non-technical people working in the field to join.

The second PEN-NL meeting will take place in Delft on the 27th of October between 14h and 16h. The location is Aula Conference Center, the commission room 3, (commissekamer 3), Mekelweg 5, 2628 CC Delft. Aula is easily accessible by public transportation. If you are by car, you can use P Aula, (navigatieadres Van der Waalsweg 1).

For this event, registration is needed for catering purposes. Attendance is free of charge. Please register by email at info@pilab.nl. This is an in-person event. No live streaming will be available.

Staying informed? Please subscribe to the PEN-NL mailinglist: https://mailman.science.ru.nl/mailman/listinfo/pen-nl

 

Monday, September 26, 2022

8th Annual Cyber Security Next Generation Workshop

Workshop 

The annual Cyber Security Next Generation workshop in the Netherlands (supported by 4TU.NIRICT) aims to contribute to a stronger and more connected cyber security research community in the Netherlands. Seize this excellent opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and information, on the diverse topics of cyber security. Both researchers and practitioners working within the field of cyber security are cordially invited to join.

The 8th edition of this workshop will be held on the 13th of October, 2022 at the Aula Congress Center, Delft (Commisiekamer 3). Participation is free of charge

As in the previous years, the program committee is soliciting abstracts describing work on cyber security. The workshop also encourages the submission of interdisciplinary work on cybersecurity from related fields, including but not limited to all fields of criminology, law, economics, and psychology. All PhD and MSc students are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses. Submission is done by easychair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=csng2022

Important Dates

- Abstract submission deadline: September 23 

- Notification of acceptance: September 30

- Registration deadline: October 7

- Workshop date: October 13

Registration

Registration is free but required. Register here!

Program

11:00 - 11:30  Registration
11:30 - 11:40  Welcome
11:40 - 12:30  Keynote
12:30 - 13:30  Lunch
13:30 - 14:30  Afternoon talks
14:30 - 15:30  Coffee and Poster session
15:30 - 16:30  BCMT candidate talks and Award ceremony
16:30 - 17:30  Borrel

Keynote

"Design Automation for Security: History and Perspectives" by Dr. Francesco Regazzoni (UvA)

Abstract:  Physical attacks exploit the physical weaknesses of cryptographic devices to reveal the secret information stored on them. Countermeasures against these attacks are often considered only in the later stages of the full design flow, and applied manually by designers with strong security expertise. This approach, however, negatively affects the robustness, the cost, and the production time of secure devices.
A more effective way to implement secure cryptographic algorithms would enable the automatic application of side channel countermeasures and would support the verification of their correct application. This talk will revise and summarize the research efforts in this important research direction, from the first works implementing hardware design flow for security to the initial steps of automatically driving design tools using security variables, and it will highlight future research direction in design automation for security.

Afternoon Talks

13:30 - 13:50: "Multi-domain Cyber-attack Detection in Industrial Control Systems" by Jan-Paul Konijn (University of Twente)
13:50 - 14:10: "Efficient Circuits for Permuting and Mapping Packed Values Across Leveled Homomorphic Ciphertexts" by Jelle Vos (TU Delft)
14:10 - 14:30: "Digital Signatures from the Matrix-code Equivalence problem" by Monika Trimoska (Radboud University)

BCMT award ceremony

15:30 - 15:35: Introduction
15:35 - 16:00: Finn de Ridder (VU Amsterdam, supervised by Cristiano Giuffrida and Herbert Bos) SMASH: Synchronized Many-sided Rowhammer Attacks from JavaScript
16:00 - 16:25: Arpita Ravindranath (TU Delft, supervised by Mauro Conti and Matteo Cardaioli) For your voice only - exploiting side channels in voice messaging for environment detection
16:25 - 16:30: Award ceremony 

Accepted posters

- The Effect of Consumer Portfolio on the Risk Profile of Cloud Provider - Muhammad Yasir Muzayan Haq, Abhishta Abhishta and Lambert J.M. Nieuwenhuis
- The State of User Profiling via Installed Mobile Apps and their Access Time - Fadi Mohsen, Dimka Karastoyanova and Fatih Turkmen
- SoK: Explainable Machine Learning for Computer Security Applications - Azqa Nadeem, Daniel Vos, Clinton Cao, Luca Pajola, Simon Dieck, Robert Baumgartner and Sicco Verwer
- Adversarially Robust Decision Tree Relabeling - Daniël Vos and Sicco Verwer
- ENFECTION: Encoding NetFlows for Network Anomaly Detection - Clinton Cao and Sicco Verwer
- Discerning Wheat from Chaff in SOCs: A Model to Identify ‘Non-Interesting’ Events in Security Operation Centers - Leon Kersten, Tom Mulders and Luca Allodi
- Trajectory Hiding and Sharing for Supply Chains with Differential Privacy - Tianyu Li, Li Xu, Zekeriya Erkin and Reginald Lagendijk
- Privacy-preserving data aggregation with public verifiability against internal adversaries - Marco Palazzo, Zekeriya Erkin and Florine W. Dekker
- Impact of Security Awareness Training on the Economic Losses due to Phishing - Robert Kooij
- Acyclic FL: Exploiting and Protecting Composition Gaps in Fully-decentralised Learning - Florine W. Dekker, Zekeriya Erkin and Mauro Conti
- Surveillance on your Sidewalk? A critical analysis of Amazon’s LoRaWAN-based connectivity protocol - Thijmen van Gend and Seda Gurses
- A system-immersion based coding strategy for cyber-attack diagnosis - Jiaxuan Zhang, Alexander J. Gallo and Riccardo M.G. Ferrari

Organized by

Azqa Nadeem (TU Delft)

Fatih Turkmen (University of Groningen)

 

 

 

Wednesday, August 17, 2022

7th Annual Cyber Security Next Generation Workshop

ONLINE Workshop (due to COVID-19) 

The annual Cyber Security Next Generation workshop in the Netherlands (supported by 4TU.NIRICT) aims to contribute to a stronger and more connected cyber security research community in the Netherlands. Seize this excellent opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and information, within the diverse topics of cyber security. Both researchers and practitioners working within the field of cyber security are cordially invited to join.

The 7th edition of this workshop will be held online on the 25th of November, 2021. Participation is free of charge. The detailed instruction for Gather.town will be send to you via email in due time,  after registration.

As in the previous years, the program committee is soliciting abstracts describing work on cyber security. The workshop also encourages the submission of interdisciplinary work on cybersecurity from related fields, including but not limited to all fields of criminology, law, economics, and psychology. All PhD and MSc students are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses. Submission is done by easychair:  https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=csng2021

Important Dates

- Abstract submission deadline: October 29

- Notification of acceptance: November 4

- Registration deadline: November 19

- Workshop date: November 25

Registration

Registration is free but required. Register here: xxx

 

Keynote 

(Network Layer) Anonymity By Default? Opportunities and Challenges by Dr. Stefanie Roos

 

Program
12:45 - 13:00  Welcome to the digital system: Gather.town
13:00 - 13:40  Keynote: Dr. Stefanie Roos, Delft University of Technology
13:40 - 14:30  Coffee Break and Poster session 
14:30 - 16:00  Talks
16:00 - 16:40  Presentation from the BCMT candidates and award ceremony
16:40 - 17:30 Award ceremony and digital drinks

Keynote

 (Network Layer) Anonymity By Default? Opportunities and Challenges

Afternoon Talks

  • "DeepCASE: Semi-Supervised Contextual Analysis of Security Events" by Thijs van Ede, Hojjat Aghakhani, Noah Spahn, Riccardo Bortolameotti, Marco Cova, Andrea Continella, Maarten van Steen, Andreas Peter, Christopher Kruegel and Giovanni Vigna

  • "Leveraging Partial Model Extractions using Uncertainty Quantification" by Arne Aarts, Wil Michiels and Peter Roelse

  • "Encryption 4 All" by Daniel Ostkamp and Merel Brandon

BCMT award ceremony

Candidates:

16:00 - 16:20 Daniel Vos  (TU Delft, supervised by Sicco Verwer) Adversarially Robust Decision Trees Against User-Specified Threat Models [Winner]

16:20 - 16:40  Gabor Kozar (VU Amsterdam, supervised by Herbert Bos and Cristiano Giuffrida) Dangless Malloc: Safe Dangling Pointer Errors [Runner-up]

 

 

Monday, October 4, 2021

6th Annual Cyber Security Next Generation Workshop

ONLINE Workshop 

The annual Cyber Security Next Generation workshop in the Netherlands (supported by 4TU.NIRICT) aims to contribute to a stronger and more connected cyber security research community in the Netherlands. Seize this excellent opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and information, within the diverse topics of cyber security. Both researchers and practitioners working within the field of cyber security are cordially invited to join.

The 6th edition of this workshop will be held ONLINE on the 27th of November, 2020. Participation is free of charge.

As in the previous years, the program committee is soliciting abstracts describing work on cyber security. The workshop also encourages the submission of interdisciplinary work on cybersecurity from related fields, including but not limited to all fields of criminology, law, economics, and psychology. All PhD and MSc students are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses. Submission is done by easychair: https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=csng2020

Important Dates

- Abstract submission deadline: October 30

- Notification of acceptance: November 6

- Registration deadline: November 20

- Workshop date: November 27

Registration

Registration is free but required. Register here: https://www.aanmelder.nl/119966

Online Platform

We will use Gather.town. Details will be sent to you by e-mail.

Keynote by Dr. Seda Gurses

Staying with the trouble? Privacy Engineering in Contact Tracing Apps

Contact tracing apps became a phenomenon at the onset of the pandemic, in response to calls from governments to develop apps for contact tracing and at a moment at which large tech companies are becoming more and more interested in delivering privacy-preserving solutions. In this talk, I will provide insights into the privacy engineering approaches taken in the Decentralized Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing (DP3T) project. The proximity tracing approach proposed by DP3T was later implemented as the Google and Apple Exposure Notification (GAEN) and adopted by many of the European Contact Tracing apps. I will reflect on some of the lessons learned from this process that brought privacy technologies and privacy engineering to a broader public. I will also consider some of the troubles and challenges. As governments and tech companies prepare to gear up for more “Corona apps”, this talk should provide interesting insights into the potentials and limitations of privacy engineering in addressing associated societal concerns.

Program
12:00 - 13:00  Welcome and exploration of the digital platform to use. 
13:05 - 14:00  Keynote: Seda Gurses
14:00 - 14:15  Digital coffee break 
14:15 - 15:45  Talks
15:45 - 16:15  Digitial break
16:15 - 17:00  Presentation from the BCMT candidates and award ceremony
17:00 - 18:00  Poster session and digital drinks 

Keynote

Afternoon Talks

14:15 - 14:45 Thijs van Ede, Riccardo Bortolameotti, Andrea Continella, Jingjing Ren, Daniel J. Dubois, Martina Lindorfer, David Choffnes, Maarten van Steen and Andreas Peter. FlowPrint: Semi-Supervised Mobile-App Fingerprinting on Encrypted Network Traffic
14:45 - 15:15 Jiyue Huang, Stefanie Roos and Lydia Y. Chen. Contribution Measurement of Users in Federated Learning under Malicious Behavior
15:15 - 15:45 Carlos Hernandez Ganan, Ugur Akyazi and Elena Tsvetkova. Beneath the radar: Exploring the economics of business fraud via underground markets

BCMT award ceremony

Candidates:

16:15 - 16:35 Dominik Leichtle. Post-quantum signatures from identification schemes, TU Eindhoven and Universität Stuttgart.

16:35 - 16:55 Amber van der Heijden. Cognitive Triaging of Phishing Attacks, TU Eindhoven. 

 

 

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

5th Annual Cyber Security Next Generation Workshop

Utrecht, The Netherlands
May 03, 2019

The annual Cyber Security Next Generation workshop in the Netherlands (supported by 4TU.NIRICT, dcypher, and NWO) aims to contribute to a stronger and more connected cyber security research community in the Netherlands. Seize this excellent opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and information, within the diverse topics of cyber security. Both researchers and practitioners working within the field of cyber security are cordially invited to join.

The 5th edition of this workshop will be held at SURFnet in Utrecht on May 03, 2019. Participation is free of charge.

As in the previous years, the program committee is soliciting abstracts describing work on cyber security. The workshop also encourages the submission of interdisciplinary work on cybersecurity from related fields, including but not limited to all fields of criminology, law, economics, and psychology. All PhD and MSc students are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses. Submission is done by sending an e-mail to: csngworkshop@gmail.com

Important Dates

- Abstract submission deadline: March 29, 2019

- Notification of acceptance: April 12, 2019

- Registration deadline: April 25, 2019

- Workshop date: May 03, 2019

Registration

Registration is free but required. Please register here.

Venue

The workshop will be held in the rooms of SURFnet in Utrecht which are right next to the train station:

Hoog Overborch Office Building (Hoog Catharijne)
3511 EP Utrecht Moreelspark 48

More details and directions can be found on the website of SURF.

Tentative Program

10:00 - 10:20  Registration
10:20 - 10:30  Welcome
10:30 - 11:15  Keynote: Anna Sperotto (University of Twente) - "Internet Security: Past, Present and Future challenges”
11:15 - 11:45  Morning coffee & poster session
11:45 - 12:30  Talks
12:30 - 13:30  Lunch
13:30 - 14:30  BCMT award ceremony
14:30 - 15:00  Coffee break & poster session
15:00 - 16:00  Talks
16:00 - 17:00  Borrel

Keynote

Anna Sperotto (University of Twente) - "Internet Security: Past, Present and Future challenges”

Abstract: The Internet is a magnificent dynamic system that is growing larger and faster than what we could ever had imagined. While there is speech of considering Internet access as a human right, we are at the same time faced daily with indications that the Internet infrastructure, and as a consequence we as society relying on it, are under attack. As future generation of security professionals, we have a chance to shape how the Internet will look like in the future. But to do so consciously and ethically, we need to know what we need to protect, and what the threats are. This talk with give some examples of attacks targeting the Internet, how we can measure them and what we can do to prevent them.

Morning Talks

11:45 - 12:05 Pavlo Burda (TU/e) - "Characterizing the Redundancy of DarkWeb .onion Services"
12:05 - 12:30 Remco Poortinga - van Wijnen (SURFnet) - "Security & Privacy (Research) at SURF"

Afternoon Talks

15:00 - 15:20 Oğuzhan Ersoy (TU Delft) - Bandwidth-Efficient Transaction Routing Mechanism for Blockchain Networks
15:20 - 15:40 Sharwan Adjodha (TU Delft) - Assessing Cyber Security Of Innovations For Climate Disaster Resilience
15:40 - 16:00 Mina Sheikhalishahi (TU/e) - Privacy Preserving Multi-party Access Control

BCMT award ceremony

13:30 - 13:35 Introduction
13:35 - 14:00 Stephan van Schaik (VU) - "Malicious Management Unit: Why Stopping Cache Attacks in Software is Harder Than You Think"

Abstract: Cache attacks have increasingly gained momentum in the security community. In such attacks, attacker-controlled code sharing the cache with a designated victim can leak confidential data by timing the execution of cache-accessing operations. Much recent work has focused on defenses that enforce cache access isolation between mutually distrusting software components. In such a landscape, many software-based defenses have been popularized, given their appealing portability and scalability guarantees. All such defenses prevent attacker-controlled CPU instructions from accessing a cache partition dedicated to a different security domain. We present a new class of attacks (indirect cache attacks), which can bypass all the existing software-based defenses. In such attacks, rather than accessing the cache directly, attacker-controlled code lures an external, trusted component into indirectly accessing the cache partition of the victim and mount a confused-deputy side-channel attack. To demonstrate the viability of these attacks, we focus on the MMU, demonstrating that indirect cache attacks based on translation operations performed by the MMU are practical and can be used to bypass all the existing software-based defenses. Our results show that the isolation enforced by existing defense techniques is imperfect and that generalizing such techniques to mitigate arbitrary cache attacks is much more challenging than previously assumed.

14:00 - 14:25 Pietro Frigo (VU) - "GLitch: Practical Microarchitectural Attacks from the GPU"

Abstract: Dark silicon is pushing processor vendors to add more specialized units such as accelerators to commodity processor chips. Unfortunately this is done without enough care to security. In this work we look at the security implications of integrated Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) found in almost all mobile processors. We demonstrate that GPUs, already widely employed to accelerate a variety of benign applications such as image rendering, can also be used to “accelerate” microarchitectural attacks (i.e., making them more effective) on commodity platforms. In particular, we show that an attacker can build all the necessary primitives for performing effective GPU-based microarchitectural attacks and that these primitives are all exposed to the web through standardized browser extensions, allowing side-channel and Rowhammer attacks from JavaScript. These attacks bypass state-of-the-art mitigations and advance existing CPU-based attacks: we show the first end-to-end microarchitectural compromise of a browser running on a mobile phone in under two minutes by orchestrating our GPU primitives.

14:25 - 14:30 Award Ceremony

 

Monday, January 28, 2019

4th CSng Workshop

The annual Cyber Security Workshop in the Netherlands (supported by 4TU.NIRICT, dcypher, and NWO) aims to contribute to a stronger and more connected cyber security research community in the Netherlands. Seize this excellent opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and information, within the diverse topics of cyber security. Both researchers and practitioners working within the field of cyber security are cordially invited to join.

The 4th edition of this workshop will be held in The Hague on October 17, 2018 at NWO offices, Laan van Nieuw Oost-Indië 300, Den Haag. Participation is free of charge.

We are delighted to have Dr. Jair Santanna giving a keynote speech: 'DDoSDB.org for mitigating DDoS attacks in the Dutch Society'.

As in the previous year, the program committee is soliciting abstracts describing work on cyber security. The workshop also encourages the submission of interdisciplinary work on cybersecurity from related fields, including but not limited to all fields of criminology, law, economics, and psychology. All PhD and MSc students are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses. Submission is done by sending an e-mail to: csngworkshop@gmail.com

Subscription to the event and program will be open soon and announced on this page.

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: October 1, 2018
  • Notification of acceptance: October 3, 2018
  • Registration deadline: October 10, 2018
  • Workshop date: October 17, 2018

Also this year, we hope to see many of you at this exciting workshop!

Register here!

Program:

10:00 - 10:45  Registration
10:45 - 11:00  Welcome words
11:00 - 11:45  Keynote "DDoSDB.org for mitigating DDoS attacks in the Dutch Society" (Jair Santanna, University of Twente)
11:45 - 12:15  Invited student talk: Karine E Silva, University of Tilburg: "Why interdisciplinary research makes a better thesis."
12:15 - 13:30  Lunch Break
13:30 - 14:15  Student presentations
    - "Applying Bayesian Networks to Distinguish between Intentional Attacks and Accidental Technical Failures in Industrial Control Systems" (Sabarathinam Chockalingam, Delft University)
    - "ACDC – Highway to Hell or a Legitimate Self-Defense in Cyberspace?" (Minttu Tasanko, Tilburg University)
14:15 - 15:30  Poster session (with coffee)
15:30 - 16:30  Student presentations
    - "AhEAD: Adaptiv EArly Detection of Botnets" (C. Dietz, Bundeswehr University Munich)
    - "Economic impact of DDoS attacks: How can we measure it?" (Abhishta, University of Twente)
16:30 - 16:45  Wrap up 
16:45 - ...    Networking and Drinks

 

 

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Chris Brzuska lecture at TU Eindhoven

Date:   Thursday 16.11.2017, 10-11 hr. 
Place: Filmzaal de Zwarte Doos + Lounge, Eindhoven.
Speaker: Chris Brzuska
 
From MiniCrypt to Obfustopia
 
Abstract:
 
Cryptography hinges on assumptions that, if true, imply that P is not equal to NP. Therefore, cryptographic assumptions are unlikely to be proven true in the near future.

Yet, not all cryptographic assumptions are equally likely to be true. In 2005, Russell Impagliazzo gave an invited talk titled "A personal view of Average-Case Complexity" where he distinguished between the (minimal) "MiniCrypt" world where One-Way Functions exist and the (more adventurous) "Cryptomania" world where One-Way Functions with trapdoors exist.

Since then, the cryptographic community has become substantially more adventurous. In 2009, Craig Gentry suggested a candidate fully homomorphic encryption (FHE) scheme. If FHE exists, numerous long-standing open crypto problems could be solved. In 2013, Garg, Gentry, Halevi, Raykova, Sahai and Waters suggested a candidate construction for a yet more adventurous primitive called indistinguishability obfuscation (iO). If iO exists, it solves numerous further big open problems in cryptography. Sceptics call this world "Obfustopia".

Yet, iO is not only a strong assumption, but also a conceptually intriguing object. iO is mutually exclusive with other cryptographic assumptions that were believed before... ...and (unlike most of cryptography) iO exists if P equals NP! In the talk, we will discuss the conceptual oddities of iO.

 

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Protecting Web Passwords from Rogue Servers using Trusted Execution Environments

Guest Lecture by Andrew Paverd
13:30, Tuesday , October 24th
Lecture Hall H
Organized by Cyber Security Group, Supported by 4TU.Nirict

Passwords are undoubtedly the most dominant user authentication mechanism on the web today. Although password-based authentication is inexpensive and easy-to-use, it faces various security concerns, including phishing and theft of password databases. Users' tendency to re-use passwords across different services further exacerbates these two concerns. Current solutions are not fully satisfactory: they typically address only one of the two concerns; they do not protect passwords from rogue servers; they do not provide users with any verifiable evidence of their (server-side) adoption; and they face deployability challenges in terms of cost for service providers and/or ease-of-use for end users.

In this talk I will present SafeKeeper, a comprehensive approach to protect the confidentiality of passwords on the web. Unlike previous approaches, SafeKeeper protects against very strong adversaries, including rogue servers and sophisticated external phishers. It is inexpensive to deploy as it (i) uses widely available hardware security mechanisms like Intel SGX; (ii) is integrated into popular web platforms like WordPress; and (iii) has small performance overhead. I will describe a variety of challenges we faced in designing and implementing such a system, and how we overcame them.

Andrew Paverd is a Research Fellow at Aalto University, Finland, and a Deputy Director of the Helsinki-Aalto Center for Information Security. He obtained his Masters degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Cape Town in 2012, and his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Oxford in 2016. He is a recipient of the 2017-18 Fulbright Cybersecurity Scholar Award, for which he will visit the USA in early 2018. His research interests are primarily in the area of systems security, and in particular the use of hardware security mechanisms, such as TPMs, Intel SGX, and ARM TrustZone. His interests also include the design and analysis of security protocols, distributed consensus mechanisms, and privacy-enhancing technologies.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

3rd Cyber Security Workshop in the Netherlands

3rd CSNextGen Cyber Security Workshop in the Netherlands

 

5 oktober 2017

The annual Cyber Security Workshop in the Netherlands (supported by 4TU.NIRICT, dcypher, and NWO) aims to contribute to a stronger and more connected cyber security research community in the Netherlands. Seize this excellent opportunity to share ideas, experiences, and information, within the diverse topics of cyber security. Both researchers and practitioners working within the field of cyber security are cordially invited to join.

The 3rd edition of this workshop will be held in Den Haag on Thursday, October 5, 2017. Participation is free of charge.

We are delighted to have Dr. Luca Allodi giving a keynote speech: ‘Tales from the Russian Underground: Infection Technologies and Economics’.

As in the previous year, the program committee is soliciting abstracts describing work on cyber security. All PhD and MSc students are encouraged to submit a one-page abstract in pdf-format, including names of the authors, affiliations and e-mail addresses.

You can subscribe here to see this event, invitation or participant information and view route description. Use the menu at the left side for this functionality.

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: September 10, 2017, 23:59
  • Notification of acceptance: September 17, 2017
  • Registration deadline: October 1, 2017
  • Workshop date: October 5, 2017

 

Registration via https://www.aanmelder.nl/96452

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

dcypher Symposium 2017, October 4th, Utrecht

Are you interested or involved in cybersecurity research, development, innovation, business and/or (higher) education? Come and join us at the first edition of the dcypher Symposium on the 4th of October. There will be a lot to learn, to discuss and share in cybersecurity R&D, innovation and higher education.

Registration via Eventbrite

We believe that networking is essential so there will be many opportunities to meet speakers and participants. Our event is a meeting place for cybersecurity teachers and students, for former, current and possibly future executors of cybersecurity R&D projects, for public and private research partners, for enterprises in need of cybersecurity professionals, for potential profit and non-profit users of research results and policy makers.

Showcase cybersecurity solutions reached in partnership. 
Our participants get an impression of the output resulting from earlier tenders for short term, medium term (SBIR) and long term cybersecurity research, both nationally and internationally. Solutions for bridging gaps between cybersecurity higher education curricula and demands from the labor market will be addressed. Sharing ideas will be encouraged, e.g. by discussing challenges of translating research output into innovative solutions, how to make cybersecurity a strength of our infrastructures, how to improve the flow between higher and academic education in cyber security. We offer a podium for cybersecurity R&D and education projects, either recently completed or in progress. Also an exposition of new cybersecurity solutions is foreseen.

The symposium is organised by dcypher in close cooperation with the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RvO), the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Applied Science Organisation (SIA).

 

 

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

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