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Samsung Security Tech Forum 2018

August 27, 2018

SSTF Workshop Registration

Registration for entry has been closed.
On-line Registration Closed.

On-site registration
August 27, 2018(Mon.) 08:30 ~

Schedule

08:30 ~ 09:30
Registration
09:30 ~ 10:00
Opening Remarks
10:00 ~ 10:50

Keynote 1 >>

Prof. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi | Technical University
of Darmstadt

Things, Threats, Trust: Tackling Security & Privacy Challenges
in the Brave New IoT World

11:00 ~ 11:50

Keynote 2 >>

Prof. Adam Doupé | Arizona State University

History and Future of Automated Vulnerability Analysis

12:00 ~ 12:30
SCTF Award Ceremony
12:30 ~ 13:30
Lunch
* The schedule may be subject to change under certain circumstances.
13:30 ~ 15:00

Track 1 | Security

Yon Dohn Chung | Korea Univ.>>

Personal Data Protection and Data Anonymization

Yongdae Kim | KAIST>>

What do we expect from 5G cellular security?

Track 2 | Hacking

Jeonghoon Shin, Jaehoon Jeong | Theori>>

Analysis of 0x454F53 attack surface

15:00 ~ 15:30
Poster Session & Coffee Break
15:30 ~ 17:00

Track 1 | Security

Huy Kang Kim | Korea Univ.>>

Data-driven security: IDS implementation case
for vehicle

Seungwon Shin | KAIST>>

Unleashing the potential of knowledge
extractions for cyber security

Track 2 | Hacking

Seungjin Lee | Grayhash>>

Sharing about smart car hacking experience and
what's different from traditional hacking?

17:00 ~ 18:00
Panel Discussion

Yongdae Kim, Huy Kang Kim, Seungwon Shin,
Seungjin Lee, Gailjoon Daniel Ahn

18:00 ~ 18:10
Closing Remarks

Schedule

08:30 ~ 09:30
Registration
09:30 ~ 10:00
Opening Remarks
10:00 ~ 10:50

Keynote 1 >>

Prof. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi
| Technical University of Darmstadt

Things, Threats, Trust: Tackling
Security & Privacy Challenges
in the Brave New IoT World

11:00 ~ 11:50

Keynote 2 >>

Prof. Adam Doupé
| Arizona State University

History and Future of Automated
Vulnerability Analysis

12:00 ~ 12:30
SCTF Award Ceremony
12:30 ~ 13:30
Lunch
13:30 ~ 15:00

Track 1 | Security

Yon Dohn Chung | Korea Univ.>>

Personal Data Protection
and Data Anonymization

Yongdae Kim | KAIST>>

What do we expect from 5G cellular security?

Track 2 | Hacking

Jeonghoon Shin, Jaehoon Jeong
| Theori>>

Analysis of 0x454F53 attack surface

15:00 ~ 15:30
Poster Session & Coffee Break
15:30 ~ 17:00

Track 1 | Security

Huy Kang Kim | Korea Univ.>>

Data-driven security: IDS implementation case for vehicle

Seungwon Shin | KAIST>>

Unleashing the potential of
knowledge extractions for
cyber security

Track 2 | Hacking

Seungjin Lee | Grayhash>>

Sharing about smart car hacking experience
and what's different from traditional hacking?

17:00 ~ 18:00
Panel Discussion

Yongdae Kim, Huy Kang Kim,
Seungwon Shin, Seungjin Lee,
Gailjoon Daniel Ahn

18:00 ~ 18:10
Closing Remarks
* The schedule may be subject to change under certain circumstances.

Hands On Lab

Secret Code2

Following last year's 'Secret Code 1' you will use Arduino to make a
Morse code transmitter and learn concepts about security.

Following last year's 'Secret Code 1' you will use Arduino to make
a Morse code transmitter and learn concepts about security.

Registration July 19, 2018(Thu.) - Aug. 16, 2018(Thu.)

Location

Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus

location Location

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

SHUTTLE BUS SHUTTLE BUS

Seonbawi Station Exit 5 → Samsung Seoul R&D Campus 08:30-10:00 (10-minute intervals) Samsung Seoul R&D Campus → Seonbawi Station 18:15-18:30 (depart when it's full)
Seonbawi Station Exit 5 → Samsung Seoul R&D Campus 08:30-10:00 (10-minute intervals) Samsung Seoul R&D Campus → Seonbawi Station 18:15-18:30 (depart when it's full)

BUS BUS

Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus /
Nature Hill Complex 3, 4 /
Entrance of Seongchon Village
Green Bus : 19, 3412, 4435
Blue Bus : 541, 542
Town Bus : Seocho 18, Seocho 18-1
Samsung Electronics Seoul R&D Campus /
Nature Hill Complex 3, 4 /
Entrance of Seongchon Village Green Bus : 19, 3412, 4435
Blue Bus : 541, 542
Town Bus : Seocho 18, Seocho 18-1

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