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2019 Qualcomm Product Security Summit

We are happy to announce the full schedule for the 2019 Qualcomm Product Security Summit.
 
Wednesday, 15-May
 
Qualcomm Building AZ | 10155 Pacific Heights Blvd | San Diego, CA 92121
 
9:30Opening remarks
Alex Gantman | Qualcomm
 
session: automotive
9:50Automating firmware security with FwAnalyzer
Collin Mulliner | Cruise Automation
10:30PASTA: Portable Automotive Security Testbed with Adaptability
Tsuyoshi Toyama | Toyota Motor Corporation
11:10BREAK
 
session: system security
11:35Vulnerabilities and security features in the Android kernel
Jeff Vander Stoep | Google
12:15LUNCH
 
keynote
13:30The Digital Fourth Amendment
Orin Kerr | USC Gould School of Law
 
session: offense
14:30TRUCE OR DARE: I invoke the right of parley!
Shahar Tal | Cellebrite
15:10BREAK
 
workshop
15:40Automotive security
Moderator: Stefan Savage
17:00CLOSING
 
Thursday, 16-May
 
Qualcomm Building AZ | 10155 Pacific Heights Blvd | San Diego, CA 92121
 
session: fuzzing
9:30PowerFL fuzzing of VxWorks
Artem Dinaburg, Peter Goodman | Trail of Bits
10:10PeriScope: an effective probing and fuzzing framework for the hardware-OS boundary
Dokyung Song | UC Irvine
10:50BREAK
 
session: iot
11:10Securing Alexa built-in partner devices
Patrick McCanna | Amazon
11:50Fixing all the things: the UK government approach to raising the bar in commodity IoT security
Paul Waller | NCSC
12:30LUNCH
 
session: hardware security
13:40Hardware is the new software: finding exploitable bugs in hardware designs
Cynthia Sturton | University of North Carolina
 
keynote
14:20Lessons learned about building secure software: it's about the developers!
Steve Lipner | SAFECode
15:20BREAK
 
workshop
15:40Security development lifecycle
Moderator: Gary McGraw
17:00CLOSING
 
Friday, 17-May
 
Qualcomm Building AZ | 10155 Pacific Heights Blvd | San Diego, CA 92121
 
session: bug to exploit
10:00Mission impossible: building universal Android rooting with a type confusion vulnerability
Yong Wang | Alibaba Security
10:40Binder: the bridge to root
Hongli Han, Mingjian Zhou | 360 C0RE Team
11:20BREAK
 
session: system security
11:40Transient execution attacks: still hARMful?
Barbara Gigerl, Claudio Canella | TU Graz
12:20LUNCH
 
session: ota
13:30Dynamic security analysis of the LTE control plane with LTEFuzz
Hongil Kim | KAIST
 
keynote
14:10Cellular security: an academic perspective
Yongdae Kim | KAIST
15:10BREAK
 
workshop
15:40Bug bounty programs
Moderator: Katie Moussouris
17:00CLOSING
 
 
 
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