Firouzbakht et al.
Ranganathan et al.
Shi et al.
Taha Ali et al.
Ma et al.
Avoine et al.
Jong and Gligor
Shu and Krunz
Travel to Banquet
Grace et al.
Xu et al.
Chan et al.
Zeng et al.
Schulz et al.
Wei and Potkonjak
Elkhiyaoui et al.
Newell et al.
Bhaskar et al.
Toward a Healthy Wireless Privacy Ecosystem
04/16/2012 9:00 - 60 minutes
Privacy can be a fraught topic even on traditional desktop systems, and mobility only complicates the issue. Consumers, companies, researchers, and government all want an outcome in which consumers feel safe entrusting their data to mobile technologies, rapid innovation continues, and researchers create the technologies of the future. What does this healthy outcome look like, and how can we get there? What can we do now to make it more likely? How can researchers contribute?
Session I: Physical Layer Security for Wireless Systems
Session Chair: Di Ma
Koorosh Firouzbakht, Guevara Noubir and Masoud Salehi
On the Capacity of Rate-Adaptive Packetized Wireless Communication Links under Jamming
04/16/2012 10:30 - 30 minutes
Aanjhan Ranganathan, Boris Danev, Aurelien Francillon and Srdjan Capkun
Physical-Layer Attacks on Chirp-based Ranging Systems
04/16/2012 11:00 - 30 minutes
Lu Shi, Ming Li, Shucheng Yu and Jiawei Yuan
BANA: Body Area Network Authentication Exploiting Channel Characteristics
04/16/2012 11:30 - 30 minutes
Syed Taha Ali, Vijay Sivaraman and Diethelm Ostry
Zero Reconciliation Secret Key Generation for Body-Worn Health Monitoring Devices
04/16/2012 12:00 - 30 minutes
Panel: Evolution of Wireless Security: From "The Network" to "The Device and App"
Panelists: Laurent Beslay (JRC-IPSC European Commission), Guevara Noubir (Northeastern University), Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi (Technische Universitaet Darmstadt), Gene Tsudik (University of California, Irvine)
Moderator: Wade Trappe (Rutgers University)
04/16/2012 14:00 - 60 minutes
Session II: Privacy in Wireless Systems
Session Chair: Guevara Noubir
Di Ma, Anudath K Prasad, Nitesh Saxena and Tuo Xiang
Location-Aware and Safer Cards: Enhancing RFID Security and Privacy via Location Sensing
04/16/2012 15:30 - 30 minutes
Gildas Avoine, Iwen Coisel and Tania Martin
A Privacy-Restoring Mechanism for Offline RFID Systems
04/16/2012 16:00 - 30 minutes
Chang-Han Jong and Virgil Gligor
Private Communication Detection: A Stochastic Approach
04/16/2012 16:30 - 30 minutes
Tao Shu and Marwan Krunz
Detection of Malicious Packet Dropping in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks Based on Privacy-Preserving Public Auditing
04/16/2012 17:00 - 30 minutes
Conference Dinner: Hilton El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort
Bus will depart the Marriott Hotel at 18:15
Security for Cyber-physical Systems: Case Studies with Medical Devices, Robots, and Automobiles
04/17/2012 09:00 - 60 minutes
Today's and tomorrow's emerging technologies and cyber-physical systems have the potential to greatly improve the quality of our lives. Without the appropriate checks and balances, however, these emerging technologies also have the potential to compromise our digital and physical security and privacy. This talk will explore three case studies in the design and analysis of secure cyber-physical systems: wireless medical devices, robots, and automobiles. We will discuss the discovery of vulnerabilities in leading examples of these technologies, the challenges to securing these technologies and the ecosystem leading to their vulnerabilities, and new directions for security.