Last week (25th – 27th April), I attended the “Sicherheit 2018” in Konstanz which is the annual meeting of the security community of the Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI) in Germany. The conference is in equal proportions attended by researchers and people of the industry working in security-related disciplines which lead to lively and pleasant discussions conversations. Continue reading “GI Sicherheit 2018 Conference”Continue reading
This is a short summary of selected talks (i.e. those that I found the most interesting of those I was able to personally attend) of the GI Sicherheit 2016.
First of all, congratulations to Dr. Fabian Yamaguchi, who received an award (the GI Promotionspreis) for his PhD thesis “Pattern-Based Vulnerability Discovery“!
His work presents an “approach for identifying vulnerabilities which combines techniques from static analysis, machine learning, and graph mining to augment the analyst’s abilities rather than trying to replace her” by identifying and highlighting patterns of potential vulnerabilities in source code.
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