Cybersecurity of the Internet of Things (INTERSCT. conference)
23 May 2023 09:00 till 18:00 | Add to my calendar
This is the 7th Society for Risk Analysis Benelux Conference, taking place at the KU Leuven Brussels Campus.
INTERSCT: Conference on cyber security of Internet-of-Things
During the 2023 edition of the INTERSCT. Conference on cyber security of Internet-of-Things, there will be two series of parallel sessions related to the various work packages in the NWO NWA INTERSECT project, a series of plenary sessions related to the state-of-the-art in cyber security of Internet-of-Things, including keynote addresses by Ross Anderson and Julie Haney, as well as a networking lunch and a networking reception at the end of the event.
Julie Haney is a computer scientist and lead for the Usable Cybersecurity program in the Visualization and Usability Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). She conducts research about human factors of cybersecurity, including the usability and adoption of security solutions and people’s perceptions of privacy and security. Previously she spent over 20 years working in the U.S. Department of Defense as a security professional and technical leader primarily in the cyber defense mission. She has a PhD and M.S. in Human-Centered Computing from University of Maryland, Baltimore County, an M.S. in Computer Science from University of Maryland, and a B.S. in Computer Science from Loyola University Maryland.
Ross Anderson is professor of Security Engineering at the Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge, and a fellow of the Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, and the Institute of Physics. He also chairs the Foundation for Information Policy Research, the UK's leading Internet policy think tank, which he helped set up in 1998. Current research topics include: economics and psychology of information security – including security and human behavior, reliability of security systems, robustness of cryptographic protocols, analysis and design of cryptographic algorithms, information hiding, security of clinical information systems and privacy and freedom issues.