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:: Keynote Speakers

Dr. Petros Wallden
University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Prof. Elisa Bertino
Purdue University, US

Prof. Vincent Rijmen
KU Leuven, Belgium
Dr. Reza Ebrahim Atani
Guilan University

Prof. Elisa Bertino

Title: IoT Security

The  Internet  of  Things  (IoT)  paradigm  refers  to  the  network  of  physical  objects  or  "things"  embedded  with  electronics,  software,  sensors,  and connectivity  to  enable  objects  to  exchange  data  with  servers,  centralized  systems,    and/or  other  connected  devices  based  on  a  variety  of  communication  infrastructures.  IoT  makes  it  possible  to  sense  and  control  objects  creating  opportunities  for  more  direct  integration  between  the  physical  world and computer-based systems. Furthermore, the deployment of AI techniques enhances the autonomy of IoT devices and systems. IoT will thus usher automation in a large number of application domains, ranging from manufacturing and energy management (e.g. SmartGrid), to healthcare management and urban life (e.g. SmartCity).  However,  because  of  its  fine-grained,  continuous  and  pervasive  data  acquisition  and  control  capabilities, IoT raises concerns about security, privacy, and safety. Deploying existing solutions to IoT is not straightforward because of device heterogeneity, highly dynamic and possibly unprotected environments, and large scale. In this talk, after outlining key challenges in IoT security and privacy, we outline a security lifecycle approach to  securing  IoT  data,  and then focus on our recent work on security analysis for cellular network protocols and edge-based anomaly detection based on machine learning techniques. We will conclude with a brief discussion of our recent work focusing on security and safety-constrained autonomous IoT devices that use use reinforcement learning techniques.


Elisa Bertino is professor of Computer Science at Purdue University. Prior to joining Purdue, she was a professor and department head at the Department of Computer Science and Communication of the University of Milan. She  has  been  a  visiting  researcher  at  the  IBM  Research  Laboratory  (now  Almaden)  in  San  Jose,  at  the  Microelectronics and Computer Technology Corporation, at Rutgers University, and at Telcordia Technologies. Her  main  research  interests  include  security,  privacy,  database  systems,  distributed  systems,  and  sensor  networks. Her recent research focuses on digital identity management, biometrics, IoT security, security of 4G and 5G cellular network protocols, and policy infrastructures for managing distributed systems. Prof. Bertino has published more than 700 papers in all major refereed journals, and in proceedings of international conferences and  symposia.  She  has  given  keynotes,  tutorials  and  invited  presentations  at  conferences  and  other  events.  She is a Fellow member of ACM, IEEE, and AAAS. She received the 2002 IEEE Computer Society Technical Achievement Award "For outstanding contributions to database systems and database security and advanced data management systems", the 2005 IEEE Computer Society Tsutomu Kanai Award for "Pioneering and  innovative research contributions to secure distributed systems", and the ACM 2019-2020 Athena Lecturer Award.

Prof. Vincent Rijmen

Title: Galileo authentication

Galileo is the global navigation satellite system created by EU to provide an independent high-precision positioning system (similar to GPS which is developed by USA). Vincent Rijmen was involved in the development of a cryptographic authentication mechanism that will be used to protect the Galileo open signals. In this talk he will describe the background of satellite navigation, the Galileo requirements and the solution his team provided.


Vincent Rijmen is a Belgian cryptographer and one of the two designers of the Rijndael, the Advanced Encryption Standard. Rijmen is also the co-designer of the WHIRLPOOL cryptographic hash function, and the block ciphers Anubis, KHAZAD, Square, NOEKEON and SHARK.

In 1993, Rijmen obtained a degree in electronics engineering at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven. Afterwards, he was a PhD student at the ESAT/COSIC lab of the K.U.Leuven. In 1997, Rijmen finished his doctoral dissertation titled Cryptanalysis and design of iterated block ciphers.

After his PhD he did postdoctoral work at the COSIC lab, on several occasions collaborating with Joan Daemen. One of their joint projects resulted in the algorithm Rijndael, which in October 2000 was selected by the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) to become the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). Since 1 August 2001, Rijmen has been working as chief cryptographer at Cryptomathic where he cooperated with cryptographers such as Peter Landrock. From 2001 to 2003, Rijmen was a visiting professor at the Institute for Applied Information Processing and Communications at Graz University of Technology (Austria), and a full professor there from 2004 to 2007. Since October 2007, Rijmen has worked again with the COSIC lab and currently holds a professor position (gewoon hoogleraar) at K.U.Leuven. Since January 2019 he is also an adjunct professor at Slemer Center (the secure communication group at the University of Bergen, Norway).

In 2002, he was named by the MIT Technology Review TR100 as one of the top 100 innovators in the world under the age of 35.

In 2019, he was named a Fellow of the International Association for Cryptologic Research for "co-designing AES, contributions to the design and cryptanalysis of symmetric primitives, and service to the IACR."

Dr. Petros Wallden


Title: Cyber Security in the Quantum Era


The development of quantum technologies has, potentially, a disruptive effect for cyber security. New dangers (quantum computing equipped adversaries), but also new opportunities (e.g. quantum key distribution) are emerging. In this talk I will sketch the landscape of the field: I will clarify typical misconceptions about quantum technologies and then separate the field in mainly three categories: post-quantum; quantumly-enhanced and quantumly-enabled. Drawing from my own recent research, I will then briefly introduce specific examples from each category.



Petros Wallden is a Lecturer in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh. He is deputy co-chair of the EPSRC Collaborative Computational Project Quantum Computing (CCP-QC), member of the organising team of the Quantum Information Scotland Network (QUISCO) and an investigator in the EPSRC Quantum Computing and Simulation Hub. Dr. Wallden obtained a Masters Degree in Mathematics from University of Cambridge and his PhD in Physics form Imperial College. Since then he held a number of postdoctoral positions (Raman Research Institute, University of Athens, Heriot-Watt University) before joining Informatics, Edinburgh.

His research interests are in Quantum Cyber Security, Quantum Computing and Quantum Information Theory, where he has 50 publications at top conferences and journals (computer science and physics).

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عنوان سخنرانی: بررسی چالش‌های امنیتی در شبکه انتقال و فوق توزیع برق ایران


امروزه انرژی الکتریکی منبع پایه عملکردی بیشتر ابزار و تجهیزات رفاهی زندگی بشری است و انرژی الکتریکی به عنوان منبعی مادر برای مدیریت انتقال و بهره برداری سایر زیرساخت‌های حیاتی مثل آب، گاز و ارتباطات مورد استفاده قرار می‌گیرد. در این راستا با بهره‌گیری از دستاوردهای حوزه فناوری اطلاعات، مدیریت شبکه هوشمند انرژی الکتریکی از تولید در نیروگاه تا مصرف در شبکه توزیع بسیار متمرکز شده است. جهت تأمين برق مطمئن و پايدار بايد شبکه تولید، فوق توزیع و توزیع برق همچون پيکري واحد و منسجم عمل کند تا برقی پایدار که حاصل تعادل میزان مصرف با حجم تولید انرژی الکتریکی است حاصل شود. اصولا جهت مدیریت و پایش مستمر این شبکه هوشمند، اطلاعات کنترلي و حفاظتي به مراکز کنترل ارسال ‌می‌گردد تا وضعيت کلي شبکه همواره رصد شود و در صورت بروز خطا، ‌سامانه‌های حفاظتي سريعا وارد مدار گردند. بطور کلی در شبکه هوشمند انرژی دو اصل رویت‌پذیری و کنترل‌پذیری مهمترین پارامترهای پایداری شبکه بوده و باید با هر عامل درون سازمانی و بیرون سازمانی که اختلالی در پایداری و مدیریت شبکه ایجاد نماید مقابله کرد. هدف اصلی این سخنرانی بررسی و طبقه‌بندی حملات سایبری برهم زننده پایداری روی شبکه انتقال و فوق توزیع برق است که در ادامه راه‌کار های مقابله با حملات نیز ارایه می‌شود. در این راستا ضمن معرفی معماری کلی شبکه هوشمند انرژی کشور به بررسی چالش‌های امنیتی و سناریوی حملات هر بخش می‌پردازیم. در انتها ضمن تمرکز روی حمله تغيير بار، چند سناریوی حمله و الگوهای مقابله تشریح می‌گردد.


Important Dates

Autumn round:
Paper Submission Due
: 30/Dec/2020
Decision of Acceptance: 26/Jan/2021

Spring round:
Paper Submission Due
: 12/Jun/2021
Decision of Acceptance: 24/Jul/2021

Conference Date: 1/Sep/2021


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