York Interdisciplinary Centre for Cyber Security events and seminars
Keep up-to-date with the centre's upcoming and past events.
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If you would like to give a seminar, please contact our current organiser, Siamak F. Shahandashti.
Joint Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Departmental Seminar on Chord Signaling
Professor Amin Shokrollahi introduces a new modulation scheme for chip-to-chip communication.
Cyber Security Seminar on IoT Security
Two presentations by our MSc Cyber Security graduates on their MSc projects that are accepted to CSNDSP 2020.
Approximate distance-comparison-preserving symmetric encryption
Riddhi Ghosal introduces approximate distance-comparison-preserving symmetric encryption (DCPE), a new type of function-preserving encryption that approximately preserves the relative distance between plain text vectors.
Freedom of Encryption
In this talk, we cover the main events in history which have shaped the legislative landscape that encompasses the use of encryption, paying particular attention to recent (post-Snowden) developments.
Why doesn't Johnny write secure software?
Cyber Security Seminar by Awais Rashid (Bristol)
York Interdisciplinary Centre for Cyber Security - Inaugural Event
In this free event, all members of the Centre present short talks on their research.
Hadi Salmasian, Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Ottawa
Denial-of-Service Attacks and Countermeasures in the RPL-Based Internet of Things
Philokypros Ioulianou presents a prototype Intrusion Detection System (IDS) for protecting IoT networks and devices from Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks.
Post-quantum cryptography based on supersingular isogeny problems?
Christophe Petit, Senior Lecturer at University of Birmingham, discusses isogeny-based cryptography.
Noise-independent invariants of communication channels
Peter Hines discusses interdisciplinary classification and communication.
Foundations of Practical Cryptography
Pooya Farshim, University of York, gives an overview of his research into Cryptography
Seeing is Believing? Media Integrity in a Post-Truth World
Nasir Memon, NYU, discusses digital media forensics.
Dictionary Attacks on Biometrics
Nasir Memon shows that user authentication based on biometrics is vulnerable to dictionary attacks.
York Interdisciplinary Workshop on Aspects of Cyber Security
Join us for a two-day workshop on cyber security.