School of Cybersecurity and Privacy Lecture Series Archive

2019

IISP Fall Mixer

“Security Evaluation of Home-Based IoT Deployments​”
Minlan Yu, Associate Professor at Harvard SEAS

“Leveraging Side-Channel Signals for Security and Trust”
Omar Alrawi, Ph.D. Student, Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

“Secure Communication Channel Establishment: TLS 1.3 (Over TCP Fast Open) vs. QUIC”
Nader Sehatbakhsh, Ph.D. student, Georgia Tech School of Computer Science​

“Edge Intelligence at the Extreme Edge”
Alexandra Boldyreva, Ph.D., Professor, Georgia Tech School of Computer Science

“Machine Learning in Profiled Side-Channel Attacks and Low-Overhead Countermeasures”
Justin Gagne, Director, Engineering – Qualcomm
Henry Tong, Engineering – Qualcomm

“The IISP Presents Dr. Charles Johnson-Bey”
Arijit Raychowdhury, Professor, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Tech  [video]  [slides]

 “The Growing Importance of the Non-Code Aspects of Cybersecurity”   [slides]
Charles Johnson-Bey, Director, Engineering & Technology, Cyber Innovations at Lockheed Martin Corporation and Founder of Beysix Consulting, LLC [video]

“Simulation-Based Cyber Wargaming”
Peter Swire, Professor, Scheller College of Business, Georgia Tech

“Fighting Smarter, Not Just Faster”
Ambrose Kam, Lockheed Martin

“Can Data Provenance Put an End to the Data Breach?”​
Kimberly Watson, Senior Staff at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and Technical Director for Integrated Adaptive Cyber Defense (IACD)

“Can Data Provenance Put an End to the Data Breach?”​
Adam Bates, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, University of Illinois

“Trusting Smart Cities: Risk Factors and Implications”  [video]  [slides]
Margaret Loper, Ph.D., Chief Scientist of the GTRI Information and Communications Laboratory (ICL)

“Efficiently Computing with Private Data”  [video]  [slides]
David Heath, GT – PhD student

“Electric Energy System Cyber Security: An Overview”  [video]  [slides]
Sakis Meliopoulos, Professor at Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering 

“Attacking and Protecting Public Data with Differential Privacy”
Simson L. Garfikel, Senior Computer Scientist for Confidentiality and Data Access, US Census Bureau

“RFDIDS: Radio Frequency-based Distributed Intrusion Detection System for the Power Grid”
Tohid Shekari, Ph.D. Student, Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)

“Caller Authentication Using Mobile Devices”
Terry Nelms, Director of Research, Pindrop

“AI-infused Security: Robust Defense by Bridging Theory and Practice”  [video]
Shang-Tse Chen, Ph.D. Student, Georgia Tech College of Computing

“Grand Cyber Questions and How They Impact Cyber Start-ups”  [video]
Ron Gula, President and Co-Founder, Gula Tech Adventures

“Adversarial Attack on Graph-Structured Data
Hanjun Dai, Ph.D. Student, Georgia Tech College of Computing  [video]

“A Tale of Two Tasks; Designing and Validating Secure Software”  [video] [slides]
Shelby Allen, Research Engineer, GTRI

“Improving Security Through Software Debloating”  [video] [slides]
Michael Brown, Research Scientist, Georgia Tech Research Institute

“The First African-American Female Naval Flight Officer and her transition to the private cybersecurity giant ManTech”  [video]
Matice Wright, Vice President and Technical Director, ManTech

“DISCOVER: Mining Online Chatter for Emerging Cyber Threats”  [video]
Sindhu Ernala, Ph.D. Student, Georgia Tech College of Computing

“Defending Organizations in a Fast-Moving Cyber Arms Race”  [video] [slides]
Rob Krug, SonicWall​

“Developing Secure Products”
Karun Rajasekharan and Emil Man, Product Security Leaders, Honeywell  [slides]

“Stop Fraudsters by Changing Products”
Sam King, Ph.D., InfoSec Expert and Associate Professor, UC Davis

“Protect Your Unicorn From Hunters”  [video]  [slides]
Nir Valtman, CISO, Kabbage

“Device Enhanced Authentication: Passwords and Second Factors”  [video] [slides]
Maliheh Shirvanian, Research Scientist, Visa Research