As part of what some are describing as a fantastic programme, Thomas will present his work on well-typed smart fuzzing at the ICFP ML Workshop in Gothenburg in September. The smart fuzzing algorithm is a key part of the first phase of the Cryptosense test methodology. Read more about it here, or if you’re attending the ICFP workshops, why not ask for a demo – both Thomas and Romain will be there.
The 13th Smart Card Research and Advanced Application Conference (CARDIS) will be held in Paris November 5-7 this year, and Cryptosense is proud to be among the sponsors.
We’ll have a booth at the conference with some live demos of our cryptographic security audit tools. We promise to enliven your coffee break.
The 7th workshop on Analysis of Security APIs will be held in Vienna University of Technology, Austria on 18th July 2014 as part of the Vienna Summer of Logic. The programme includes talks on low-cost HSMs made from smartcard chips, secure device enrollment, smart API fuzzing and a banking security wishlist.
We’d be delighted to see you there, register here via the VSL registration page – select “FloC and Associated Workshops Week 2“.
Since its establishment in 2012, Real World Crypto has rapidly become the premier event bringing together cryptography researchers with developers implementing cryptography.
Cryptosense is proud to be a sponsor for the 2015 edition, which will be held in London.
Conference organiser Prof Nigel Smart said “We rely on our sponsors to enable the very low registration fees (currently free registration) whilst still putting on a large event of nearly 400 participants. We’re delighted to have Cryptosense as a sponsor for next year’s event.”
Held in London March 3-7, QCon 2014 is designed for technical team leads, architects, engineering directors, and project managers who influence innovation in their teams.
Amongst the invited speakers in this year is Cryptosense CEO Graham Steel, speaking on How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Trust Crypto Again.
Edited you can watch the talk here!