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SPACE 2019
December 3 - 7
Gandhinagar, India
9th International Conference on Security, Privacy and Applied Cryptographic Engineering

SPACE 2019

Uri Bear

Talk Title

Privacy & Security in the Land of Advanced Hacking

Abstract

The cybersecurity landscape is rapidly evolving and the ecosystems are continuously innovating to advance security and privacy for devices of all types. What do we need our systems to provide so that we can support these demands? Who are our antagonists? Is secure software development process enough?

In this presentation, I will present:

  • Privacy & security in connected devices.
  • Why do we need secure hardware?
  • Case study: Hacking a car, near or far by reverse engineering its hardware and software.

What can security researchers do in order to improve the situation? Join me to find out.

Short Bio

Uri Bear is a security researcher & group manager in Intel’s Product Assurance and Security (IPAS). Uri has a background of semiconductor design, failure analysis and general hardware and software mischief, has been specializing in security-related forward and reverse engineering for the past ten years. Uri holds a M.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering from Tel Aviv University in Israel.


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