Digital Security by Design: Collaborators Workshop
Presentations and videos from the Digital Security by Design – Collaborators’ Workshop, 26 Sep, are now available.
Knowledge Transfer Network ran a collaborators’ workshop on 26th September 2019 where more details of the challenge and forthcoming competitions were presented. A number of short presentations about potential collaborations were also given.
Please find below the Presentations Slides and Videos, in order of the agenda
– Welcome & Introduction – Robin Kennedy, KTN
Lightning talks: a series short pitches from potential collaborators
– Secure Environment for Avionics by Design in an Avionic Edge Computing architecture -¬†Paul Caseley, OBE |¬†Slides
– Hardware Support for Trusted Execution in the Cloud -¬†Peter Pietzuch, Imperial College London | Slides
– Secure JIT compiling VMs – Laurence Tratt, King’s College London |¬†Slides
– Physical Unclonable Functions -¬†Gavin McWilliams, Queen’s University Belfast |¬†Slides
– Designing cybersecurity in at the bottom: embedding it into the chip below the OS! -¬†Aileen Ryan, UltraSoC | Slides
– Collaboration opportunities with open-source CHERI foundations -¬†Prof. Simon Moore, University of Cambridge | Slides
– Memory safety in software – Stephen Kell,¬†University of Kent |¬†Slides
– Relevant Strengths in the Oxford Verification Group – Tom Melham, University of Oxford | Slides
– The UtterBerry -¬†Heba Bevan, OBE CEO and Founder UtterBerry Limited | Slides
– Open Source Compiler Toolchains and¬†Software Security -¬†Graham Markall, Software Toolchain Engineer | Slides
– Imperas‚Äô Interests – Simon Davidmann, Imperas Software | Slides
– Side Channel, Crypto and ML -¬†Prof Bill Buchanan OBE, Dr Thomas Tan, Edinburgh Napier University | Slides
– Protean Code Limited – Roderick Chapman,¬†Director, Protean Code Limited | Slides
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EPSRC call “ISCF Digital Security by Design Research Projects” is now open.
Details are available here. Note that the call closes on 7th January 2020.
The ESRC “Pre-call Announcement: ISCF Digital Security By Design Social Science Hub+” is available here.
A call for outline proposals to ESRC is expected to officially open in the week commencing 14th October and to close on 20th November.
BEIS (Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy) announced on 18th October 2019:
British businesses and the public are set to be better protected from hostile cyber-attacks and online threats like disinformation and cyber-bullying. Read more here.
For more information regarding the DSbD challenge, click here.