The University of Queensland (UQ) in collaboration with the Tel Aviv University (TAU) are hosting a Cyber Security Workshop.

Cyber security

Join us to hear from UQ and TAU researchers as they present cutting edge research in the field of cyber security.

Date: Tuesday 2 November 2021
AEST Time: 5-7pm
IST Time: 9-11am
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TAU speakers

Optimal Strategies for AI Based Attacks
Professor Amir Globerson is a professor in the Tel Aviv University computer science department. He holds a PhD in computational neuroscience from the Hebrew University, and was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT and the University of Toronto.
NXNS Attack A new attack on the DNS system and its mitigation
Professor Emeritus Yehuda Afek, School of Computer Sciences.
Detection of IP hijack attacks using deep learning
Professor Yuval Shavitt’s research interests are in the areas of networking and distributed algorithms.
The privacy of the mobile phone data: Have we been all wrong so far?
Professor Itzhak Benenson is the Head of the Geosimulation and Spatial Analysis Laboratory at Tel Aviv University.

UQ speakers

Towards scalable cybersecurity dataset generation
Dr Abigail Koay is a Research Fellow in Cyber Security. Her research interests are in threat detection and applied machine learning.
Designing user-centric information security management systems
Dr Ivano Bongiovanni is a Lecturer in Information Security Governance, Policy, and Leadership. His research interest include cybersecurity management, human-centred security, human-factor analysis, organisational vulnerability assessment, and design thinking.
Intra-domain Webpage Fingerprinting with Machine Learning
Dr Guangdong Bai is a senior lecturer in The University of Queensland. His research include privacy, formal methods on security and software security.


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