January 8, 2016
CyLab director David Brumley will co-chair Enigma -- a uniquely positioned vendor-neutral security conference. With support from founding sponsor Google, Enigma aims to shine a light on great, thought-provoking work in hacking, exploitation, privacy and defense where researchers explain the stories behind and context of their work in their own voices. The conference will be held January 25 - 27 in San Francisco.
“I believed there was a need to provide a forum for experts to move beyond individual papers and products to talk about the full scope of their research, and do so within sessions centered around timely topics,” said Brumley.
The conference will focus on quality talks and deep technical insight across a research area, not just a product or paper like many current security conferences. Speakers will have 20 minutes to talk about their ideas, followed by 10 minutes for discussion with the audience. Sessions are aimed towards covering timely issues such as Automotive Security, Internet of Things, and Secure Voting to provide topic depth and different viewpoints.
“I believe that there is no better place to get the latest, freshest insights in these areas than Enigma,” Brumley said.
This year’s Enigma speakers include:
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