Security

List of Events

Here is a list of event, includes speaker session and other intermediate slots (e.g. lunch):

Beyond Software Defenses: Unveiling the Power of Pointer Authentication and Branch Target Identification

Arm Pointer Authentication (PAuth) and Branch Target Identification (BTI) are hardware-assisted protections against control-flow integrity attacks. Widely deployed in architectures of major System-on-Chip vendors, these technologies play a critical role in raising the bar against software exploitation.

In this talk, we will explore PAuth and BTI, focusing on their implementation and effectiveness.

Introducing Unikraft: An SDK for fast, secure, and highly-specialized unikernels

Unikernels are specialized operating system images that execute a single application. Through extreme specialization they can provide high performance, small memory footprints, fast boot times, and a reduced attack vector.

This talk will provide an overview of Unikraft (https://unikraft.org), a Linux Foundation project that provides a toolikit for creating highly specialized unikernels by combining a set of micro-libraries to tailor down the operating system strictly to the needs of the executing application.

Diagnosis the internet's health - Mozilla Internet Health Report

Mozilla Internet Health Report (https://internethealthreport.org) is an annual report talk about what’s helping and what’s hurting the internet. It discuss different aspect of Internet, from personal experience to global concerns. In last year's report, we discuss issues from privacy of IoT to domination of Social Network. In the talk, I will introducing and sharing the best stories from this year's latest report.