Workshop Program (Access to published papers)
Sunday, April 23, 2017
08.30 - 09.00 Registration
09.00 - 09.10 Opening and Welcome
09.10 - 10.30 Session 1: Network Security
• Implementing Geo-Blocking and Spoofing Protection in Multi-Domain Software Defined Interconnects. Himal Kumar (UNSW, Australia), Anu Mercian (Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, US), Sujata Banerjee (VMware, US), Craig Russell (CSIRO Data 61, Australia), and Vijay Sivaraman (UNSW, Australia).
• Secure and Dependable Multi-Cloud Network Virtualization. Max Alaluna, Eric Vial, Nuno Neves, and Fernando M. V. Ramos (LaSIGE, Faculdade de Ciencias, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal).
• Towards intrusion-resilient security monitoring in multi-cloud infrastructures. Hans P. Reiser (University of Passau).
• Adaptive Policy-driven Attack Mitigation in SDN. Rishikesh Sahay, Gregory Blanc (Télécom SudParis), Zonghua Zhang (IMT Lille Douai),Khalifa Toumi, and Hervé Debar (Télécom SudParis).
10.30 - 11.00 Coffee Break
11.00 - 12.00 Keynote: Microarchitectural Attacks in the Cloud. By Clémentine Maurice, Secure Systems Group, Graz University of Technology, Austria
Abstract: Micro-architectural attacks take advantage of shared resources such as branch prediction units, CPU caches and DRAM. In most environments today, these hardware components are shared between several processes: this is the case in personal computers, smartphones, and cloud environments. Yet, the state of these components, whether observed by timing measurements or tools like hardware performance counters, can reveal secrets from one process to the other, including across software isolation boundaries such as virtualization. In this presentation, we will cover different micro-architectural attacks and their requirements to operate in virtual environments such as cloud environments. We will illustrate scenarios of attacks, such as cryptographic key recovery or cross-VM covert channels. We will finally give research directions in terms of countermeasures.
Bio: Clémentine Maurice is now working as a postdoctoral researcher in the Secure Systems group at the Graz University of Technology, in Austria. Previously, she obtained her PhD from Telecom ParisTech in 2015 while working at Technicolor in Rennes, jointly with the S3 group of Eurecom in Sophia Antipolis. Her main research interests are micro-architectural attacks such as covert channels, side-channel attacks, and fault attacks, as well as reverse-engineering processor parts.
12.00 - 12.20 Session 2: Systems Security
• TrApps: Secure Compartments in the Evil Cloud. Stefan Brenner, David Goltzsche, and Rüdiger Kapitza (TU Braunschweig).
12.20 - 12.30 Closing
18.00 - 20.00 Poster Session