Διάλεξη με θέμα: "His Late Master's Voice: barking for location privacy"

Το Τμήμα Πληροφορικής του Ιονίου Πανεπιστημίου σας προσκαλεί στη διάλεξη του κ. Mike Burmester, Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Florida State University (FSU), που θα πραγματοποιηθεί την Τρίτη 24 Μαΐου 2011 και ώρα 19:00 στην αίθουσα 3 του κτιρίου Αρεταίος, με θέμα:

"His Late Master's Voice: barking for location privacy"

Abstract:
Bob died suddenly leaving his treasure to sister Alice. Eve will do  anything to get it, so Alice hides the treasure together with Nipper, and promptly departs. Nipper is a low-cost RFID device that responds only to Alice's calls making it possible for Alice to locate the hidden treasure later (she is quite forgetful) when Eve is not around. We study the design of Nipper, the cryptographic mechanisms used to support its functionality, and the security of the application.

Applications:
1.  Device discovery, e.g., locating tagged plastic mines, hidden objects, etc
2.  Sensor  deployments  in  hostile  territory. The tagged sensors are not networked for location privacy. An armored RFID reader  traverses the deployment area interrogating the tags to collect information.

Short Bio:
Mike Burmester is the Harris Professor of Computer Science at Florida State University, USA, since 2001, and director of the Center for Security and Assurance in IT (C-SAIT), an NSA/DHA Center of Academic Excellence in IA education (CAEIAE) and Research (CAR-R). Before that he was a Reader in the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London. He has worked in Information Security since 1989, with focus on cryptography. Mike Burmester is an editor of four Journals in Information Security, has organized several Workshops and Conferences, has two Books, five Book Chapters and over 120 journal and refereed conference publications covering a wide range of security topics including: privacy/anonymity, pervasive/ubiquitous network systems, lightweight cryptographic applications, RFIDs and sensor applications, trust management, and group key exchange.

Mike Burmester has taught Information Security courses both at undergraduate and graduate level. He was a co-developer of the European Intensive Program on Information & Communication Security (IPICS) in the Erasmus/Socrates program for MS students. He has supervised 6 doctoral students and numerous MS students. He is a member of the IEEE Computer Society, the International Association for Cryptological Research (IACR) and a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (FIMA).

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