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Annual Meeting : 2007 Computer Security Workshop

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Monday, March 19, 2007  

The 9th Annual Workshop on Computer Security, sponsored by the Stanford Computer Forum and co-chaired by Professors Dan Boneh and John Mitchell, focused on the current research in the Computer Science Department's Security Laboratory and affiliated research groups. The program included talks on cryptography, network protocols, wireless network security, privacy, identity theft, data mining, code analysis for security vulnerabilities, and security methods using virtual machine architecture. 

Time Agenda PDF
8:30 AM Check-in & Breakfast  
9:00 AM Welcome  
9:15 AM Anupam Datta
An Update on Network Protocol Security
9:45 AM Professor Dan Boneh
Transaction Generators: Root-kits For the Web
10:15 AM Break  
10:30 AM Zoltan Gyongyi
An Overview of Search Engine Spam
11:00 AM Martin Casado
Building a Network Architecture for Enterprise Security Management
11:30 AM Mike Dalton
Raksha: A Flexible Architecture for Information Flow Security
12:00 PM Lunch  
1:30 PM Collin Jackson
Trusted Paths to Combat Emerging Phishing Threats
2:00 PM Tal Garfinkel
Compatibility is Not Transparency: VMM Detection Myths and Realities
2:30 PM Andrew Bortz
Exposing Private Information by Timing Web Applications
3:00 PM Break  
3:15 PM Suhabe Bugrara
Automatically Verifying Security Properties of an Operating System Kernel
3:45 PM Adam Barth
The Logic of Privacy