CryptoBG*2007 – 2012

CryptoBG*2012 [MC3D]

Final Program and Materials: download program and PRESENTATIONS 

LECTURES & TUTORIALS [in order of appearance]

Dr. Dimitar Jetchev, EPFL, Switzerland
“Introduction to elliptic curves”
“Introduction to proxy re-encryption”
“Secure storage in the cloud and methods for key management”

Dr. George Sharkov, ESI Center Eastern Europe, Bulgaria
“Intro to Security and Resilience Management (From Cyber-Defense to resilient business)”
[Resilience Management Model-RMM, CERT, Carnegie Mellon]

Dr. Nicolas Gama, Université de Versailles, France
“Introduction of lattice based cryptography”

Robert C. Seacord, Head of Secure Coding Initiative at CERT (Carnegie Mellon – SEI)
“Secure Coding Principles” + 4 Secure Coding Workshops

Dr. Valérie Gauthier, Université de Caen, France
“Introduction of code based cryptography”

Dr. Benjamin Smith, INRIA, Ecole Polytechnique, France
“Introduction to Elliptic Curve Cryptography”

Assoc. Prof. Dimitar Birov, FMI – Sofia University, Bulgaria
(visiting at School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University)
“Software Architecture-Based Security”

Prof. Veselin Tzelkov, Personal Data Security Commission, Bulgaria
“Models for Cryptographic Keys Distribution”
“Formal Model of Multilayer Cryptographic System”

Assoc. Prof. Krassimir Manev, Sofia University “St Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgaria
“Hardness of algorithmic tasks – a fundamental for cryptography”

SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS

Malika Izabachene, ENS Cachan
“Cryptography basics (introduction)”

Gabriel Gauthier-Shalom, University of Waterloo, France
“Pairing Based Cryptography”

Antonio Kung, Trialog, France
“Impact of Privacy-by-design on ICT”

DISCUSSIONS 

“Dangerous Optimizations and the loss of causality” – talk and topic, proposed by Robert Seacord

“Bulgaria in NATO Smart Defense initiative” – Building capacity for the Bulgarian Cyber-Defense Cluster

“What’s next in Cryptography and Cyber Security” – all key speakers on the panel

Downloads: Check and download updated conference program & presentations!

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CryptoBG*2007, 2008, 2009

Previous editions of CryptoBG*2007, 2008, 2009 – materials and presentations >>> here:

CryptoBG*2007 International Symposium Recent Developments in Cryptography and Information Security (August 29-31, 2007)

PROGRAM

  • Security of smart cards

– Dr. Apostol Vassilev, NetIDSys, USA – Smart cards and the Holy Grail of Internet security
– Robert Kuenstler, Miroslav Nachev, Todor Petrov, Bulgaria – Smart cards and document exchange security – legal requirements in the European Union and Bulgaria. Practical implementation in eConfidence systems

  • Elliptic curve cryptography

– Prof. David Jao, University of Waterloo, Canada – Elliptic curve cryptography
– Dr. Mladen Dimitrov, Université Denis Diderot, Paris, France – Introduction to elliptic curves
– Dr. Mireille Fouquet, Université Denis Diderot, Paris, France – The use of elliptic curves in cryptography

  • Topics in cryptography

– Prof. David Jao, University of Waterloo, Canada – Introduction to pairing-based cryptography

  • Topics in information security

– Prof. Jaime Perez, City University of Seattle, USA – Cryptographic algorithms integration for higher security
– Nikolay Nedyalkov, Martin Valkanov, ISECA, Bulgaria – Software development with smart cards – advanced smartcard programming & DEMOS
– Vladimir Kirianski, VMware, Inc., USA – Introduction to host intrusion prevention systems

  • Discussion panel

– Dr. George Sharkov, ESI Center Bulgaria – The fragile balance between usability and high security
– Raffi Aslanyan, TRIALOG, Versaille, France – Outline of opportunities and problems requiring secure vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication
– Prof. Jaime Perez, City University of Seattle, USA – Practical cryptographic applications for e-Governments and private industry
– Rossen Georgiev, Soft Innovations, Bulgaria – Public e-procurement
– Georgi Brashnarov, Nemetschek, Bulgaria – The fragile balance between usability and high security? Documents and security – tools, roles, principles
– Dimitriy Trifonov, ICW, Bulgaria – Introduction to electronic health cards and e-card prescription services

  • Pairing-based cryptography

– Dr. Denis Charles, Microsoft Research Live Labs, USA – Pairing based security scheme for network coding
– Dimitar Jetchev, UC Berkeley & Microsoft Research, USA – Broadcast encryption schemes

CryptoBG*2008 Second International Symposium Recent Developments in Cryptography and Information Security
(September 11-13, 2008)

This second year edition of the International Symposium on Recent Developments in Cryptography and Information Security followed the established model to “meet” Theory with Application. The program for 2008 addressed some theoretical foundations and their practical implementations in sensitive information protection and security areas. Special attention was given to payments and finances.