OpenS3 Workshop June 29-30, 2022

Emerging Challenges in Cybersecurity and Privacy

Venue: Darmstadtium conference centre, Schlossgraben 1, 64283 Darmstadt, Germany

Cybersecurity and trust in computer systems have become indispensable, as information societies are increasingly depending on digital technologies and services. The emergence of network technologies such as 5G and 6G open up entirely new ways of building intelligent pervasive systems and enabling new applications and services for realizing the true Internet-of-Things (IoT) vision in which automated reasoning and data-based intelligence utilizing advanced AI algorithms will play a crucial role. The rapid and organic growth of new types of systems being connected to the network increase the complexity of systems and provide a fruitful breeding ground for security and privacy vulnerabilities that constitute a large attack surface towards our computing systems.
In this workshop top experts in the field will discuss their research and views on various aspects of technologies that are required for building trustworthy systems for emerging new computation environments.


Day 1, 29th June



10:30 – 10:45


Prof. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, TU Darmstadt







Gordon Mühl, Global CTO Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection Huawei Technologies

10:45 – 11:20 

FPGA Hardware Security – Open Issues and Countermeasures

Prof. Dirk Koch, Heidelberg University

11:20 – 11:55


New security experiments on AMD SEV

Prof. Jean- Pierre Seifert, TU Berlin

11:55 – 12:30


Hardware-assisted memory protection

Dr. Jan-Erik Ekberg, Huawei

12:30 – 13:45


13:45 – 14:15


On lightweight cryptography

Prof. Joan Daemen, Radboud University

14:15 – 14:45


AI and physical attacks: The state of affairs

Prof. Lejla Batina, Radboud University

14:45 – 15:15


Trojan Detection in Integrated Circuits and Systems

Prof. Farshad Khorrami, New York University

15:15 – 15:45


15:45 – 16:20


A journey into the Android virtualization technique: an overview of its benign and malicious usages

Prof. Eleonora Losiouk, University of Padova

16:20 – 18:00

Panel Discussion: Challenges of Digital Transformation — Emerging Cyber Threats and Conspiracies

Day 2, 30th June



10:00 – 10:35 


Security Challenges of Autonomous Driving

Prof. Stefan Katzenbeißer, University of Passau

10:35  – 11:10


Sharing Cyber-Risks Intelligently

Prof. Alexandra Dmitrienko, University of Würzburg

11:10 – 11:30



11:30 – 12:05


On Testing the (In)Security of 4G, 5G, and Beyond

Prof. Katharina Kohls, Radboud University

12:05 – 12:40


You better act normal! Ubiquitous electronic observation: Threats and Attempted Solutions

Prof. Dr. Thorsten Strufe, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

12:40 – 13:15


Unsecure Code in Critical Software: Finding and Exploiting Memory Errors in Trusted Execution Environments

Prof. Luca Davi, University of Duisburg-Essen

13:15 – 14:30

Closing & Light Lunch and Fair Well


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