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The Condado Plaza Hilton | San Juan, Puerto Rico, USA
December 4-5, 2017
Collocated with ACSAC 2017

Sponsors

We want to thank the following sponsors for their support of SSPREW-7.

Riscure

Website: www.riscure.com
Riscure is a global security test lab and market leader in side channel test equipment. Riscure was founded in 2001 by Marc Witteman, who has been working the field of chip security since 1993. Operating from Delft in the Netherlands, Riscure started serving customers from all around the world. During the first years, security evaluation services were the main focus, mostly for customers in the financial industry. Later on the evaluation services also evolved towards the pay-tv industry. When in 2005 the first product was sold to a customer, development of security test equipment also became integral to Riscure's business. In 2011 Riscure opened an office in San Francisco USA in order to get local presence for its customers in North America. Riscure evaluates the security of chip technology and embedded devices that are designed to operate securely in any environment. They are the leading security test lab for chips and settopboxes deployed in the pay-tv industry and is also an international market leader in providing test equipment for side channel robustness of chip technology. Riscure's equipment is used by chip manufacturers, government agencies and security test laboratories all around the world.

Dipartimento di Informatica, Università di Verona

Website: www.di.univr.it
Founded in 2001, the Department of Computer Science at University of Verona promotes and supports a large number of activities in academic research and teaching, from mathematics and computer science to computer engineering and physics. The Department has approximately 200 professors, research assistants, PhD students, postdoctoral students, administrative staff and technical staff. It has nine active research areas:
  • Bioinformatics and medical informatics
  • Experimental and applied physics
  • Computation theory
  • Software engineering and security
  • Mathematics - applications and modelling
  • Discrete and computational mathematic
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Information systems

Formal Avenue for Chasing malwarE

Website: www.face-project.it
Today's security threats are characterized by effective dissemination mechanisms ( e.g., droppers, drive-by download), malicious mobile apps, and targeted attacks. The large amount of malware samples are often mutations and porting of known families (also to mobile platforms). Malicious mobile apps are difficult to analyze because they do not show their full malicious behavior if not properly stimulated. Modern malware attempts to evade both dynamic and static approaches, with anti-debugging, obfuscation and metamorphism techniques. In these cases, a semantic approach to hybrid (dynamic and static) analysis techniques would lead to a more precise understanding of the malware behavior and, therefore, to the development of more effective detection mechanisms. Indeed, formal approaches to program analysis are a promising research direction, although their application to malware is still quite poor. We believe that semantics-based formal approaches for modeling and reasoning on the evolving behavior of metamorphic malware will provide a significant contribution to both research community and industry. The main challenge is the isolation of the common malicious behavior shared across the metamorphic variants. FACE will leverage formal approaches for modeling 1) the common malicious behaviors and 2) the execution environment (e.g., target system, sandbox), so to account for environment-sensitive malware.

Irdeto

Website: www.irdeto.com
Irdeto is a world leader in content security, management and delivery for pay media companies. Through its innovative conditional access, dynamic monetization and content security technologies, the company allows new forms of distribution for broadcast, broadband and mobile entertainment. For more than 40 years Irdeto has been helping to evolve today's connected day — from enabling the world's first digital satellite pay TV network to the world's first mobile broadcast TV service to nearly every device and medium that a business or consumer engages on a regular basis. Irdeto has been there from the beginning and proudly looks forward to continuing to foster the connected day, driven by the digital industry.