Corruption of Memory: Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.

Keynote by Professor Herbert Bos

Wednesday, 28 February 2024
09:00—10:00

In this keynote, Prof. Bos will relate his own academic infosec research to some activities that occur outside academia, but may look surprisingly similar. We might learn if there are shades of grey between “white hats” and “black hats”; we will certainly hear that if we ignore what history can teach us, we do so at our peril!

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Keynote Speaker: Professor Herbert Bos

Herbert Bos is full professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam where he co-leads the VUSec Systems Security group. His research interests include OS design, microarchitectural attacks and defenses, fuzzing, exploitation, networking, and dependable systems. He is very proud of his current and former students who are much cleverer than he is and whose research results won five PWNIE Awards as well as changes in all major operating systems, all major browsers and all Intel CPUs. He worries about climate change and loves the Beatles.

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