Fall Security Speaker Series

The Cybersecurity Institute runs a Fall Security Speaker Series. We are in the process of inviting speakers for 2019, which will start in September. All talks will be on Tuesdays at 230pm and take place in CS151. Current speakers for 2019 include

About 12 speakers will be invited total.

This page is easily linked to as http://infosec.cs.umass.edu/speakers.


The following speakers were scheduled in 2018.  A list of previous speakers is available as well. 

9/12

 Tony Martin, Intel
Ghost in the Shell

9/19

 Prof. Chip Weems, UMass Amherst, CICS
"Meltdown and Spectre: Exploiting Abandoned State in the Microarchitecture"

9/26

 Dr. Simson Garfinkel, U.S. Census
Issues Encountered Deploying Differential Privacy

10/3

 Prof. Subhransu Maji, UMass Amherst, CICS
 Adversarial Attacks Against Machine Learning Systems

10/10

 Prof. Dan Holcomb, UMass Amherst, ECE
 Hardware Security

10/17

 Prof. Natallia Katenka, University of Rhode Island
Epidemiological Study of Browser-Based Malware for University Network with Partially Observed Flow Data

10/24

 Prof. Cristina Nita-Rotaru, Northeastern University
 Automated Attack Discovery for TCP Implementations

10/31

 Prof. Alex Halderman, University of Michigan
Cybersecurity and U.S. Elections

11/7

 Christopher Kelly, Dir., Digital Evidence Lab, Office of the Attorney General, MA
 TBA [Cybercrime]

11/28

 Dr. Zheni Utic, UMass Amherst, Statistics
 "Machine Learning Methods for Network Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention Systems"

12/5

 Jeff Long, MITRE
 "Software Defined Radio and Cyber Security"

12/12

  Dr. Paula Donovan, Lincoln Labs
  "Quantitative Evaluation of Moving Target Technology"