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CSAW'19 C2 Security Workshop

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NYU Tandon School of Engineering

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This workshop brings together industry professionals, researchers, and students to learn about the latest trends and solutions in security.

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Allyson O’Brien, BAE Systems | Quantum Cybersecurity

Researchers have been working to integrate the unique properties of quantum systems into real-world systems. The resulting capabilities have the potential to outperform even the most advanced non-quantum, or classical, systems. In this brief, we offer a high-level view of how these capabilities will change and/or affect the landscape of cybersecurity. We will discuss threats and opportunities in quantum computing, quantum random number generators (along with other cryptographic primitives), and quantum communications.

Jordan Wiens & Rusty Wagner, Vector35 | Binary Ninja's approach to Reverse Engineering using IRs

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Brandon Edwards & Nick Freeman, Capsule8 | Using the Linux Tracing Subsystem for Security

Abstract pending

William Woodruff, Trail of Bits| It's coming from inside the house: kernel space fault injection with KRF

Fault injection (FI) has become an increasingly popular software testing method, with major players like Netflix, Microsoft, and Google using automated failures to test the end-to-end resiliency of their (geographically, functionally) distributed services.

In this talk, William Woodruff presents a lower-level, vulnerability-first approach: by randomly inducing errors in the system calls made by (targeted) programs, fault injection can be used to discover incorrect and potentially dangerous assumptions. This talk will cover specific classes of dangerous assumptions and their potential for exploitation, all motivated by KRF, a kernelspace fault injector open-sourced by Trail of Bits.

Jeff Spielberg, River Loop Security | RF Protocol Vulnerabilities – By Design and Implementation

We will explore some common issues we see in real world deployments of Zigbee and other RF protocols related to their spec/design, as well as common issues in implementation.

Brenda So & Trey Keown, Red Balloon Security | A Year in the Life of an ATM

We all love machines that give you money, especially ones you can find in any New York City bodega. In this talk, we will bring you through a whole year of poking and playing with a real ATM: from hardware teardown to firmware modification, to turning it into a gaming console.

Tentative Agenda

Abstracts and session assignments to be posted soon.

Opening Remarks: 10:30 - 10:45 am

2 Morning Sessions: 10:45 am - 12:30 pm

Lunch Break: 12:30 - 1:45 pm

4 Afternoon Sessions: 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Closing Remarks: 4:30 - 4:45pm

Post-event: attendees are invited to the CSAW’19 Welcome Gathering at 5:00 pm.

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NYU Tandon School of Engineering

6 MetroTech Center

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Brooklyn, NY 11201

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