Cybersecurity Breakfast Talks

The breakfast talks cover topics on ongoing research in security, privacy, and trust as well as old research that can be of interest in the light of new cybersecurity challenges. The talks take place approximately biweekly.
Please consider subscribing to the cybersecurity mailing list if you are interested in attending the talks or contact Rosario Giustolisi if you are interested in giving a talk.

    • Wed 21 Feb 2018: Søren Debois (ITU). On Purpose and by Necessity: Compliance under the GDPR, at 0900 room 3A08. abstract
    • Mon 19 Mar 2018: Irina Shklovski (ITU). The Problems of IoT: Security, Ethics and other troubles, at 0900 room 3A08.
    • Wed 04 Apr 2018: David Simonsen (Dancrypt). Cyber security, too large to fail - too large to handle, at 0900 room 3A08.
    • Wed 18 Apr 2018: Ken Friis Larsen (KU). Coverage-based Fuzzing, at 0900 room 4A09.
    • Wed 09 May 2018: Willard Rafnson (ITU). Secure Multi-Execution: Fine-grained, Declassification-aware, and Transparent, at 0900 room 3A08.
    • Wed 16 May 2018: Andrzej Wąsowski (ITU). Reasoning about anonymity and leakage using Bayesian inference, at 0900 room 4A09.
    • Wed 23 May 2018: Ludwig Seitz (RISE SICS). TBA, at 1030 room 4A09.