2018 Annual Conference

The 1st RISE Annual Conference was held on 14th November in London and we had great pleasure in welcoming many of you to it with approximately 80 National and International participants. Please see the agenda for the day below with presentations from many of our contributors available for you to access.

Wednesday 14th November 2018
09:30 – 10:00Registration
10:00 - 10:10Welcome - Prof. Máire O’Neill, Director, RISE, Queen’s University Belfast
10:10 – 11:00KEYNOTE Jo Van Bulck, KU Leuven -
Leaky processors and the RISE of hardware-based trusted computing
11:00 - 11:45 RISE Core Project Updates
Simon Moore, University of Cambridge
IOSEC: Protection and Memory Safety for Input/Output Security
Dan Page, University of Bristol
SCARV: A Side-Channel Hardened RISC-V Platform
David Oswald, University of Birmingham
User-Controlled Hardware Security Anchors: Evaluation And Designs
Máire O’Neill, Queen’s University Belfast
Deep Security: Applying Deep Learning To Hardware Security
11:45 – 12:05Introduction to New Research Projects
Dirk Koch, University of Manchester
rFAS - reconfigurable FPGA Accelerator Sandboxing
Simon Moore, University of Cambridge
SafeBet | Memory capabilities to enable safe, aggressive speculation in processors
Pramod Bhatotia, University of Edinburgh
GUPT: A Hardware-Assisted Secure and Private Data Analytics Service
12:05 – 12:50
Lightning Talks – Early Career Researchers
Sujoy Sinha Roy, University of Birmingham - Hardware implementation of post-quantum PKC and homomorphic encryptionPresentation
Rishad Shafik, Newcastle University - Secure Power-Compute Co-design
Franck Courbon, University of Cambridge - Partial hardware reverse engineering for combined attacks and authenticity verificationPresentation
Vasileios Mavroudis, University College London - Cryptographic Hardware from Untrusted ComponentsPresentation
Jorden Whitefield, University of Surrey - Formal Analysis and Applications of Direct Anonymous AttestationPresentation
Elif Kavun, University of Sheffield - Resource-efficient Cryptography against Physical AttacksPresentation
Ayesha Khalid, Queens University Belfast - Handling the side channel vulnerabilities for Lattice based cryptographyPresentation
12:50-14:10Lunch/ Poster Session/Networking
14:10 – 15:00KEYNOTE - Patrick Koeberl, Principal Engineer, Security and Privacy Research, Intel Labs
Vehicle to Cloud: Security Research Challenges for Intelligent Vehicles
15:00 – 15:45Industry Panel Session:

Future Research & Innovation Challenges in Hardware Security

Chair: Charles Brookson

• Ilhan Gurel, Expert, HW and SW Security, Ericsson

• Alex van Someren, Amadeus

• Madeline Cheah , Cyber Sec Innovation Lead, Horiba-Mira

• Bob Edge, Technical Director, Cyber 1st
15:45 CLOSE