IEEE iThings reports

I am at the IEEE iThings conference in Besançon, France. Over the next few days I hope to post comments about it here. I don’t have the stamina for classic “live blogging” but I hope you’ll still find my ramblings interesting.

A few things have cought my eye so far:

  • using infection markers to inoculate machines against malware (by ensuring that malware thinks it is already installed)
  • poking at building control systems and their (lame and insecure) network protocols
  • composition of UML snippets to verify security properties (I think–I phased out during this talk)

Lots of other talks too, of course, but those were the highlights. I’ll expand this over the coming days.

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