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Samsung Security Tech. Forum

The First Samsung Security Tech. Forum

Professor Virgil Gligor

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Co-Director, Cylab Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Professor Yan Shoshitaishvili

Professor, Arizona State Univ.

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Co-Director, Cylab Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Subject
anyone interested in the field of security
Application period
July 13 (Thu.) - Ausutst 10 (Thu.)

Workshop Register

Contact us : sstf@samsung.com

Schedule

08:30
Registration
09:30
Opening Remarks
10:00 Keynote 1
Virgil Gligor | CMU Establishing and Maintaining
Root of Trust on Commodity
Computer Systems
11:00
SCTF Award Ceremony
11:30 Keynote 2
Yan Shoshitaishvili | ASU Reaching for Cyber Autonomy -
From the Cradle to the Server
Room
12:30
Lunch
"Secret Code" Hands-on will be taken as an extra session (09:30 - 17:00)
Why don't you learn coding and make your own safe using Arduino?
Subject: primary school third-sixth graders (20 expexted)
How to apply: send an e-mail including your name, grade, phone number, and reason
to apply to sstf@samsung.com by August 10. (First come, first served)
13:30 Session 1
Session | Attack - Mobile hacking trend
   (Junggyu Yang, Laon Security CEO)
- Exploiting HW functional
   vulnerability with SW
   (Professor Jong Kim, POSTECH)
- Approach to Future Security
   (Professor Yongdae Kim, KAIST)
15:00
Coffee Break
15:30 Session 2
Session | Defense - Hardward Based System Security
   (Professor yoonheung Baeg,
   Seoul National University)
- Mobile Ad Attacks on Android
   Webview and Defense
   (Professor Sooel Son, KAIST)
- How can we design better
   cybersecurity warnings for IOT
   (Professor Hyungsik Kim,
   Sungkyunkwan University)
17:00
Pannel Discussion
18:00
Closing Remarks
"Secret Code" Hands-on will be taken as an extra session (09:30 - 17:00)
Why don't you learn coding and make your own safe using Arduino?
Subject: primary school third-sixth graders (20 expexted)
How to apply: send an e-mail including your name, grade, phone number, and reason
to apply to sstf@samsung.com by August 10. (First come, first served)

Location

Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus

location LOCATION

A Tower, Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus, 56, Seongchon-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul

SHUTTLE BUS SHUTTLE BUS

Seonbawi Station (Blue line) Exit 5
→ Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus Seoul R&D Campus
08:30 / 08:40 / 08:50 / 09:00 / 09:10 / 09:20 / 09:30 / 09:40 / 09:50 / 10:00 / 10:30 / 11:00 / 11:30 / 12:00 Seoul R&D Campus → Seonbawi Station (Blue line) 18:15 / 18:20 / 18:25 / 18:30

MORE INFORMATION MORE INFORMATION

Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus map
Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus map