Secure Systems Demo Day 2021 will be held virtually on June 15!
Every year we organize a Demo Day to showcase our current research in information security and to seek valuable inputs from external visitors. The event is intended to bring local academia and industry together and give them an overview of information security research going on in Finland’s capital area.
Secure Systems annual Demo Days are public events and free of charge. Events are organized by the Secure Systems research groups at Aalto University and University of Helsinki in collaboration with Helsinki-Aalto Institute for Cybersecurity (HAIC).
Please register to receive an invitation to join our online event! Registration is open until the end of event.
15:00-15:45 Demo day opening and research highlights, HAIC director Janne Lindqvist
15:45-18:00 Poster session & company desks
List of presentations in the poster session (please check back for updates):
5G and applied cryptography
- Gizem Akman, University of Helsinki: Privacy-Preserving Access for MEC Applications
- Kimmo Järvinen, University of Helsinki: FPGA Implementations of 256-bit SNOW Stream Ciphers for Post-Quantum Mobile Security
- Mohsin Khan, University of Helsinki: AKMA: Delegated Authentication System of 5G
- Tommi Meskanen, University of Helsinki: On DHT, libp2p and HELIOS platform
- Sara Ramezanian, University of Helsinki: Parental Control with Edge Computing and 5G Networks
- Chris Brzuska’s research group, Aalto University: Please visit our “Crypto coffee room” to say why and how you are interested in cryptography
Human-Computer Interaction and Security Engineering: Usable Security and Privacy
- Janne Lindqvist’s research group, Aalto University: Please visit our virtual coffee room to say why and how you are interested in human side and psychology of security engineering.
Machine learning and security
- Buse Atli, Aalto University:
- Dataset Watermarking
- Real-time Attacks Against Deep Reinforcement Learning Policies
- Eleonora Micozzi, Aalto University: Guarantees of Differential Privacy in Overparameterised Models
- Sebastian Szyller, Aalto University: Model Extraction Attacks Against Image Translation Generative Adversarial Networks
Network security and protocols
- Abu Shohel Ahmed, Aalto University: Formal Analysis of the Consumer Remote SIM Provisioning Protocol
- Sebastien Boire, Aalto University/Huawei: Credential Provisioning and Peer Configuration with Extensible Authentication Protocol
- Hsin-Yi Chen, Aalto University: Threat Modeling Framework for Mobile Communication System
- Aleksi Peltonen, Aalto University: A Comprehensive Formal Analysis of 5G Handover
- Parinaz Avaznejad, Aalto University: Disk Encryption on Talos Operating System
- Max Crone, Aalto University: Building a TEE Using the Secure seL4 Microkernel
- Andrea Fanti, Aalto University/Huawei: Secure Registers Spilling in Arm Microprocessors
- Markus Linnalampi, Aalto University: Outdated Software in Container Images
- Monika Rangta, Aalto University: Measuring Isolation and Reachability in a Hardened Microservice Architecture
- Vladimir Ushakov, Aalto University/Huawei: Trusted Hart for Mobile RISC-V Security
- Yizhou Ye, Aalto University: Semi-Automated Integrity Policy Analysis
Securing federated learning
- Jing Ma, Aalto University: Privacy-preserving Federated Learning with Multi-key Homomorphic Encryption
- Misamatti Koistinen, Aalto University: Improving Password Input Usability Securely Through Keystroke Dynamics and Error-correction
Demo days have been an excellent opportunity for students and researchers to network and search for open positions within the local infosec industry and academia. This time we have two company desks organized by F-Secure and Huawei. Please visit them during the poster session to meet company representatives and learn about available student positions!