December 04, 2022
Papers presented October/November 2022
This autumn we presented the following four papers:
Sebastian Köhler took ‘On the security of the wireless electric vehicle charging communication’ (S Köhler, S Birnbach, R Baker, I Martinovic) to SecEVC in Singapore in October.
Martin Georgiev presented ‘Fingerprinting and personal information leakage from touchscreen interactions’ (M Georgiev, S Eberz, I Martinovic) at the 21st Workshop on Privacy in the Electronic Society (WPES 2022) on 7 November, held in conjunction with ACM CCS.
When he wasn’t engaging in hand-to-stinger combat with the local stingrays, Freddie Barr-Smith was presenting his paper ‘Exorcist: automated differential analysis to detect compromises in closed-source software supply chains’ (F Barr-Smith, R Baker, T Blazytko, I Martinovic) at the ACM Workshop on Software Supply Chain Offensive Research and Ecosystem Defenses (SCORED’22), co-located with ACM CCS.
In Taipei, Martin Georgiev presented ‘Techniques for continuous touch-based authentication’ (M Georgiev, S Eberz, I Martinovic) to the 17th International Conference on Information Security Practice and Experience (ISPEC 2022).