Andrei Costin (at
http://firmware.re project) is here, and this is the second post from a series of guest postings courtesy of ERNW (thanks Niki and Enno!).
Few days ago, the first CCS’16 summarization post went online:
It summarized five presentations of the 6th Annual Workshop on Security and Privacy in Smartphones (SPSM’16). In short, it contained presentations on: over-the-top and phone number abuse, smartphone fingerprinting, apps privacy increase and protection/security, and apps privacy ranking.
Continue reading “CCS’16 – Day 2 – 25th October 2016”
I am Andrei Costin (at
project), and this is the first post from a series of guest postings courtesy of ERNW. http://firmware.re
Between 24th and 28th October, I had the pleasure and the great opportunity to attend ACM CCS 2016 in Vienna, Austria, where I also presented at the TrustED’16 workshop my paper titled “
”. Security of CCTV and Video Surveillance Systems: Threats, Vulnerabilities, Attacks, and Mitigations
My attendance throughout the entire ACM CCS 2016 week and my presentation at TrustED was possible thanks to generous support from Enno Rey and ERNW, and I thank them again for this opportunity!
In these guest postings I am going to summarize the talks I have attended, and will try to make you interested in exploring more on each of the mentioned papers.
Continue reading “Introduction & CCS’16 – Day 1 – 24th October 2016”