Cyber Security & Resilience
UK SPS Seminar Wed, 15 Sept, 15:00 – 16:00 (UK Time) Title: Combinatorial String Dissemination Speaker: Grigorios Loukides (KCL)
UK-SPS Seminar 8th Sept 2021- Title: Private Blocklist Lookups with Checklist Speaker: Dmitry Kogan (Stanford University)
UK- SPS Seminar 25th August 2021 Title: “Do This! Do That! And nothing will happen”: Do specifications lead to securely stored passwords? (ICSE ’21) Speaker: Joseph Hallett (Bristol)
UK-SPS Seminar-18th August UK-SPS Seminar Title: Collective Information Security in Large-Scale Urban Protests: the Case of Hong Kong [USENIX Security'21] Speaker: Rikke Bjerg Jensen (RHUL)
UK-SPS Seminar 11th August Title :Using Data while Protecting Privacy in the Digital Era Speaker: Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye (Imperial College London)
UK-SPS Seminar 4th August Title: A Framework for Effective Corporate Communication after Cybersecurity Incidents Speaker: Jason Nurse (Kent)
Title: InSpectre: Breaking and Fixing Microarchitectural Vulnerabilities by Formal Analysis Speaker: Roberto Guanciale (KTH)
Title: Confidential Computing: Challenges Today and Opportunities Tomorrow Speaker: XiaoFeng Wang (Indiana University Bloomington) Host: Liqun Chen (Surrey)
Title: The Eight Principles of Security Leadership: An insider’s view of SolarWinds & Supply Chain Failure Speaker: Ian Thornton-Trump (Cyjax) Host: David Hobbs (Oxford)
UK SPS Seminar was held Wednesday 7th July 2021 Title - Weaponizing Network Side Channels: From TCP Hijacking to DNS Cache Poisoning - Speaker Zhiyun Qian (UC Riverside)
Title: Information-Flow Analysis for Mobile and Wearable Device Security and Privacy Speaker: Jorge Blasco (RHUL)
Title: High-Frequency Trading on Decentralized On-Chain Exchanges Speaker: Arthur Gervais (Imperial College London)
Title: Usage Patterns of Privacy-Enhancing Technologies [CCS ’20] Speaker Kovila P.L. Coopamootoo (Newcastle)
Nineteen UK Universities have launched a weekly seminar program on security, privacy and allies topics.
An Invitation to Register on the UK wide network for PhD Students researching within Cyber Security
Country-to-Country (C2C) Capture the Flag (CTF) competition 2021
Newcastle Cyber Security & Resilience has hosted and is hosting a range of future-looking research projects including two ERC grants, one on self-enforcing e-voting (SEEV) and one on confidentiality preserving security assurance (CASCAde). It is part of national research institutes and hubs, such as the UK Research Institute in Sociotechnical Cyber Security (RISCS) and PETRAS, a national centre of excellence for IoT cyber security.
Have a look at the overview of featured research projects.