Our researchers regularly share ideas at industry conferences, academic lectures, and seminars. Read some of our recent presentations below.
Minding the App Store – Protecting Software and Device Features - RSA 2012
Benjamin Jun's presentation at the 2012 RSA Conference.
Security Remodeling: 10 Tips for Retrofitting Transactional Systems - RSA Europe 2008
Benjamin Jun's presentation at the 2008 RSA Europe Conference.
Darwin and Security: What Evolution Tells Us About the Past and Future of Security - RSA 2008
Paul Kocher's presentation at the 2008 RSA Conference.
Security Remodeling: 10 Ways to Retrofit Transactional Systems - RSA 2007
Benjamin Jun's presentation at the Developing with Security Track of the 2007 RSA Conference.
The Copy Protection Wars: Analyzing Retro and Modern Schemes (C64 to Xbox) - RSA 2007
Nate Lawson's presentation at the Hackers & Threats Track of the 2007 RSA Conference.
DPA Attacks vs. unknown input: a 1st-order Attack on Counter Modes - CHES 2006
Josh Jaffe's presentation on Side Channel Attacks at the CHES 2006 Conference Rump Session.
Attack of the Clones: Building Clone-Resistant Products - RSA 2006
Benjamin Jun's presentation at the Featured Sessions Track of the 2006 RSA Conference.
Security and Privacy: Issuer Concerns in Contactless Deployments - Smartcards in Transit 2005
Benjamin Jun's presentation at the Smartcards in Transit 2005 conference.
Fragile Secrets - Handle with Care! Building Effective Tamper Resistance - RSA 2005
Benjamin Jun's presentation at the Wireless & Embedded Security Track of the 2005 RSA Conference.
Designing and Attacking Virtual
Machines - RSA 2004
Nate Lawson's presentation at the Hackers & Threats track II of the 2004 RSA Conference.
Peering Behind the Curtain:
Evaluating Your Security Vendor - PENTCIRT 2003
Nate Lawson's presentation at the PENTCIRT Security Forum on August 5.
Objectives for Securing
Next-Generation Optical Discs - CPTWG May 2003
Carter Laren's presentation included this handout, which details possible design objectives. Carter also announced the Workshop on Self-Protecting Digital Content.