General Information

Date: 16th of March, 2018

Place: TUM, Room 2999

Registration: required until 14th of March, 2018 via email to sec@ei.tum.de

Charge: this workshop is free of charge

Towards long term secure Internet-of Things

The Internet of Things is a promising technology, interconnecting machines, sensors, actuators, and other devices on the Internet. The current trend is to make the network smart enough to manage auto-configuration, self-adaptation, self-healing, and to perform intelligent routing. The standards and current research in the Internet of Things enable application of this technology to domains such as smart cities, the smart grid, and Industry 4.0. However, the IoT can only be densely deployed if the associated technologies are secured.

ASSET workshop shows the work that aim to enhance security of the Internet of Things and strengthen its resilience against cyber-attacks.


Friday, March 16th

8:45 Welcome coffee and registration

Track 1: Cyber protection solutions for IoT

9:00 Laser- and EM-induced fault instruction skips injection into micro controllers (J.-M. Dutertre)
9:30 Effectiveness of practical Fault Injection Attacks using Lasers (Bodo Selmke)
10:00 Exploiting Bus Communication to Improve Cache Attacks on Systems-on-Chips (Mathieu Gross)

Coffee break

Track 2: Cyber defense solutions for IoT

11:00 Presentation PhD thesis (Renzo Navas)
11:30 Post-quantum security: NTRU case (Thomas Schamberger)
12:00 Decentralized access controls (Simon Foley)

Internal tracks take place on 15th of March and in the afternoon of 16th of March.

Further Information

The workshop will take place in room 2999.  The workshop is free of charge. Please register by March 14, 2018 via email to sec@ei.tum.de. We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!