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2018 Qualcomm Mobile Security Summit
 
Wednesday, 16-May
 
Qualcomm Building AZ | 10155 Pacific Heights Blvd | San Diego, CA 92121
09:30Opening remarks
Alex Gantman | Qualcomm
session: bug hunting
09:40Pwning and droning
Jon Sawyer | Dry Creek Apiary,
Tim Strazzere | Red Naga
10:20Mind the gap: dissecting the Android patch gap
Ben Schlabs | SRLabs
11:00BREAK
session: customer perspective
11:20Securing a modern payment processing terminal
Todor Ristov | Square
12:00Securing smart speakers -- harder than it looks
Nikolay Elenkov, Shiga Ryota | LINE Corporation
12:40LUNCH
keynote
14:00Crypto: a look at the current state of the controversy
Susan Landau | Tufts University
15:00BREAK
roundtable discussion
15:30What’s the best way to provide user privacy during times of social and technological upheaval?
Moderator: Alex Dent | Qualcomm
16:30CLOSING
Thursday, 17-May
 
Qualcomm Building AZ | 10155 Pacific Heights Blvd | San Diego, CA 92121
session: system security
09:30TPM Genie: interposer attacks against the trusted platform module serial bus
Jeremy Boone | NCC Group
10:10Meltdown and Spectre: side-channels considered hARMful
Moritz Lipp, Michael Schwarz | IAIK TU Graz
10:50BREAK
session: defense
11:20Beyond root: defending against kernel malware
Jiahong Fang, Jianyu Zhan | Tencent
12:00Effective memory safety mitigations
Chris Rohlf | Square
12:40LUNCH
session: threat landscape
14:00Mobile threat insights from China and protection collaboration among OEMs & vendors
Tom Pan | Antiy AVL Mobile Security Company
keynote
14:40Seven things: Frank Zappa, T. Coraghasen Boyle, and twenty-one years in security
Gary McGraw| Synopsys
15:40BREAK
roundtable discussion
16:00How do we measure security and the work we do?
Moderator: Renwei Ge | Qualcomm
17:00CLOSING
Friday, 18-May
 
Qualcomm Building AZ | 10155 Pacific Heights Blvd | San Diego, CA 92121
session: over the air
10:00LTEInspector: a systematic approach for adversarial testing of 4G LTE
Syed Rafiul Hussain | Purdue University
10:40Cyborgs – taking down 4G/LTE mobile networks
Altaf Shaik | Technical University of Berlin
11:20BREAK
keynote
11:40Modern automotive vulnerabilities: causes, disclosures, and outcomes
Stefan Savage | University of California, San Diego
12:40LUNCH
session: bug bounty
14:00Bugs wanted: preferably alive
Daniel Godas-Lopez | Qualcomm
14:40BREAK
roundtable discussion
15:00Whose bug is this anyway? Issues with multi-party cooperation in bug bounty programs
Moderator: Brian Rosenberg | Qualcomm
16:00Closing remarks
Alex Gantman | Qualcomm
16:10HAPPY HOUR
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