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Data Poisoning and Fakes in Mobile, Web and Cyber Physical Systems

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In this talk I will focus on analysing the robustness of systems which depend on crowdsourced and sensor data. I will showcase vulnerabilities on mobile crowdsourcing services which can be exploited to launch data poisoning attacks successful in faking online posts for robberies, gunshots, and other dangerous incidents, faking fitness activities with supernatural speeds and distances. I will then show how data poisoning can impact 3D object detection in sensor-rich autonomous vehicles and discuss strategies for detecting such issues.

Meeting ID: 819 8279 1343 Passcode: 079963

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This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.

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