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Schedule


Schedule for Hardware Security Conference & Training, Netherlands 2019

Dates Timings Training Name Training Room
23rd - 25th Sep 08:15 to 09:00 Registration
Start 09:00 Embedded Physical Attacks 101 by Lejla Batina, Kostas Papagiannopoulos & Leo Weissbart Amsterdam 2
Morning Coffee Break 10:45 to 11:15 Practical Car Hacking by Guillaume Heilles Amsterdam 3
Lunch Break 13:00 to 14:00 TEE Offensive Core by Cristofaro Mune Amsterdam 4
Afternoon Coffee Break 15:45 to 16:15 IC Reverse Engineering & Code Dump by Olivier Thomas Rotterdam 1
End 18:00 Tiny Embedded Systems Firmware Reverse Engineering & Exploitation by Alexander Bolshev & Tao Sauvage Rotterdam 2

Note: Training registration desk will open on 23rd & 24th September at 08:15 am. Please come in advance to collect your badge.

Dates Timings Training Name Training Room
24th - 25th Sep 08:15 to 09:00 Registration
Start 09:00 Low-Level Hardware Reversing by Javier Vazquez Vidal & Henrik Ferdinand Nolscher Amsterdam 1
Morning Coffee Break 10:45 to 11:15
Lunch Break 13:00 to 14:00
Afternoon Coffee Break 15:45 to 16:15 Machine Learning and SCA: Advanced Tutorial by Stjepan Picek WTC Barcelona
End 18:00

Note: Training registration desk will open on 23rd & 24th September at 08:15 am. Please come in advance to collect your badge.

Start End Talks
(Amsterdam 2-4)
Workshops
(Amsterdam 1)
CTFs & Villages
(Holland Hall)
08:00 09:00 Registration
09:00 09:15 Opening Note
09:15 10:00 Keynote:- Integrated-Circuit Surgery: getting to the heart of the problem with the smallest scalpel by John Walker
10:00 11:00 RIDLed with CPU bugs by Alyssa Milburn & Stephan van Schaik
  • Hardwear.io CTF
  • HardPwn
  • Automotive Hacking Village
  • Lockpicking Village
  • Game Console Soldering Village
  • Exhibition
11:00 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 12:15 Exposing device features on 4G & 5G networks by Altaf Shaik & Ravishankar Borgaonkar Workshop:- Enter FACT: Boost your firmware security analysis with automation, visualization, and cross referencing by Johannes vom Dorp & Peter Weidenbach
12:15 13:00 It's easier to break than to patch: a stealthy DoS attack against CAN by Stefano Zanero & Stefano Longari
13:00 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 14:45 Hacking pre-obd car for fun and horsepower by Gyver Ferrand Workshop:- Scaffold board showcase by Olivier Heriveaux
14:45 15:30 Hardware security evaluation of Intel MAX 10 FPGAs: from feasibility study to security boundaries by Sergei Skorobogatov
15:30 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 16:45 Enclosure PUF: Tamper Proofing Commodity Hardware & other Applications by Christian Zenger & Lars Steinschulte
16:45 17:30 CXO PANEL:- Supply Chain Security - Mission Impossible?
17:30 18:00 Social Networking
19:30 21:30 Invite Only Cocktail Dinner

Note: Those registered with Student Conference Pass are requested to carry their valid Student ID.

Start End Talks
(Amsterdam 2-4)
Workshops
(Amsterdam 1)
CTFs & Villages
(Holland Hall)
10:00 11:00 Keynote:- Roots of Trust and Attestation by Trammell Hudson
11:00 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 12:15 Poking the S in SD cards by Nicolas Oberli Workshop:- How to Build & Secure a RISC-V Embedded System by Cesare Garlati & Prof. Sandro Pinto
  • Hardwear.io CTF
  • HardPwn
  • Automotive Hacking Village
  • Lockpicking Village
  • Game Console Soldering Village
  • Exhibition
12:15 13:00 Day-1 with a TTIG-868 by Brian Butterly
13:00 14:00 Lunch Break
14:00 14:45 Sniffle: A low cost sniffer for Bluetooth 5 by Sultan Qasim Khan
14:45 15:30 When hardware attacks scale by Marc Witteman
15:30 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 16:45 Electric vehicle CAN man-in-the-middling by Emile Nijssenv
16:45 17:30 CXO PANEL:- Security Certifications for IoT Devices
17:30 17:45 CTF winners and announcements
17:45 18:15 Social Networking