SCIS/CSS Invited Sessions

This year, IWSEC 2014 decided to invite best paper/best student paper award winners at two major domestic symposiums on information security (CSS and SCIS) to give short talks about their papers. We have the following invited speakers (for joint papers, only the speakers are listed below):

8/27 Invited Session1 14:40-15:40
  • 14:40-14:45 Satsuya Ohata, On the Key Re-splittability of Threshold Public Key Encryption
  • 14:45-14:50 Dai Yamamoto, A Novel Technique using PUFs against Copying Circuit Designs
  • 14:50-14:55 Masaya Sato, Attack Avoiding Method Obscuring Process Identification by Making Process Information Invisible
  • 14:55-15:05 Akinori Fujino, Analysis of Massive Amount of API Call Logs Collected from Automated Dynamic Malware Analysis Systems
  • 15:05-15:15 Dai Ikarashi, O(l) Bits Communication Bit Decomposition and O(|p'|) Bits Communication Modulus Conversion for Small k Secret-sharing-based Secure Computation
  • 15:15-15:25 Takuya Nishida, Secure Three-Input Majority Computation Using a Deck of Cards
  • 15:25-15:35 Kazuma Ohara, A Compact Revocable Group Signature Scheme with Scalability
8/29 Invited Session2 11:50-12:50
  • 11:50-12:00 Atsushi Takayasu, Improved Algorithms for Partial Key Exposure Attacks on RSA
  • 12:00-12:10 Takeshi Sugawara, Internal Collision Attack on RSA under Closed EM Measurement
  • 12:10-12:20 Takuya Sumi, Parallel Implementation of Multivariate Public Key Cryptosystem Rainbow by Using Web Workers
  • 12:20-12:30 Daisuke Makita, Correlation Analysis between DNS Honeypot and Darknet for Proactive Countermeasures of DNS Amplification Attacks
  • 12:30-12:40 Shimon Machida, Settings of Access Control by Detecting Privacy Leaks in SNS
  • 12:40-12:50 Yusuke Takahashi, Observing RAT Server's Behavior through Its Client GUI

See also the program page.