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GeekPwn International Security Geek Contest 2017 Silicon Valley

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Computer History Museum

1401 North Shoreline Boulevard

Mountain View, CA 94043

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GeekPwn is held by the top security team KEEN, since 2014. It’s an international contest platform for security geeks to show their potential and passion.

At GeekPwn event, contestants submit security issues to GeekPwn and publicly demonstrate the issue impact on event day to win bonus award. GeekPwn has successfully held 6 events in different cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Macau, Hong Kong and Silicon Valley, responsibly disclosed hundreds of critical security vulnerabilities to related vendors, and awarded bonus over 1 million USD to contestants.

The projects at GeekPwn are of no limitation. In past GeekPwn events, different kinds of smart devices and systems like Drone, Robot, fingerprint recognition, smart home, SSL/TLS protocol etc. have all been PWN'ed successfully. More examples of GeekPwn highlights are available at GeekPwn Hall of Fame.

In 2017, GeekPwn sets AI Security Challenge as the key project, including AI PWN and PWN AI submissions, which help find the potential risk of AI and finally security people’s life in the AI Age. GeekPwn will be held on October 24 in Shanghai and November 13 in Silicon Valley this year after Mid-year contest held in May 13th, Hong Kong.

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Date: November 13, 2017
Time: 9:30AM-05:30PM
Address: Computer History Museum, 401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA
Organizer: KEEN

Speakers and contestants of the Silicon Valley session will present the latest research result about security of smart devices, Internet of Things, Network, as well as AI, topics including:

“The Recent Advancement of Adversarial Machine Learning” by Alex Kurakin from Google

“Robust Physical-World Attacks on Machine Learning Models” by Bo Li from UC Berkeley

“When TCP Meets Side Channel” by Zhiyun Qian from UC Riverside

"Learning to Attack" by Ian Fischer from Google

"Eight Vulnerabilities Breaks Down the Trustzone of the Cellphone" by Nick Stephen from UCDanta Barbara

(More topics will be updated.)

For more about GeekPwn, you may visit GeekPwn Offical Site.

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