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MPhil Mini-Symposium Security Talks
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Joseph Bonneau.
Five MPhil students will each present a recent security paper for 10 minutes as part of the MPhil Mini-symposium:
10:00 Omar-Salim Choudary (osc22)
“Optimised to Fail: Card Readers for Online Banking”, Saar Drimer, Steven J. Murdoch, and Ross Anderson, Financial Cryptography and Data Security ‘09
10:13 Roland Tai (ykrt2)
“RFIDs and secret handshakes: defending against ghost-and-leech attacks and unauthorized reads with context-aware communications”, A. Czeskis, K. Koscher, J. R. Smith, and T. Kohno, ACM CCS ‘08 (Computer and Communications Security)
10:26 Alexandros Toumazis (at443)
“Tempest in a Teapot: Compromising Reflections Revisited”, M. Backes, T. Chen, M. Duermuth, H. P. A. Lensch, and M. Welk, IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy 2009
10:39 Danish Zeb (dz245)
“Time and Location Based Services with Access Control”, C. Bertolissi and M. Fernandez, IEEE NTMS ‘08 (New Technologies, Mobility and Security)
10:52 Guanwei Zeng (gz233)
“Privacy-enabling social networking over untrusted networks”, J. Anderson, C. Diaz, J. Bonneau and F. Stajano, WOSN ’09 (Online Social Networks)
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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