Android Security Symposium 2017

Program (Last update: 2017-02-21)


Day 1: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

08:30 Registration
09:15 Welcome Speech
  Security architectures and security hardening
09:30 Honey, I shrunk the attack surface – Adventures in Android security hardening
Nick Kralevich, Google, Mountain View, CA, USA
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 AT&T efforts to improve the distribution of Android security updates
Patrick McCanna, AT&T, Redmond, WA, USA
12:00 Lunch and Networking Break
  User identity and cloud security
13:30 Using threshold crypto to protect single users with multiple devices
Erinn Atwater, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada
14:15 Privacy with Cryptomator: End-to-end cloud encryption – User-friendly and Open Source
Christian Schmickler and Markus Kreusch, Skymatic (Cryptomator), Bonn, Germany
15:00 Coffee Break
  Managing threats
15:30 Building threat models for the mobile ecosystem
Joshua M. Franklin, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA
Michael Peck, The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA, USA
16:15 Lifting all boats: getting developers to improve app security
Hans-Christoph Steiner, Guardian Project, Vienna, Austria
17:00 Closing of Day

Day 2: Thursday, March 9th, 2017

08:30 Registration
09:15 Welcome Speech
  Developing secure apps
09:30 An introduction to Android application security testing
Nikolay Elenkov, LINE, Tokyo, Japan
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 What's NNNNNNew in Android Security?
Scott Alexander-Bown, Freelance Android developer, Bristol, UK
12:00 Lunch and Networking Break
13:30 Playing with your code: a new approach to avoid potential hackers from doing exactly this!
Hugues Thiebeauld, eshard, Bordeaux, France
14:00 Pinning: Not as simple as it sounds
John Kozyrakis, Synopsys, London, UK
14:55 Coffee Break
  Assessing app security
15:25 Assessing and improving mobile application security
Michael Peck and Carlton Northern, The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA, USA
16:10 State of security of Android banking apps in Poland
Tomasz Zieliński, PGS Software S.A., Wroclaw, Poland
17:00 Closing of Day

Day 3: Friday, March 10th, 2017

08:30 Registration
09:15 Welcome Speech
  Secure positioning
09:30 Secure positioning: From GPS to IoT
Srdjan Capkun, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland
10:30 Coffee Break
  Analysis methods
11:00 Android compiler fingerprinting
Tim Strazzere and Caleb Fenton, RedNaga, Oakland, CA, USA
12:00 Lunch and Networking Break
13:30 Statistical deobfuscation of Android applications
Petar Tsankov, ETH Zurich, Software Reliability Lab, Zurich, Switzerland
  Memory attacks
14:15 Drammer: Flip Feng Shui goes mobile
Victor van der Veen, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
15:00 Closing of Day