Trusted Computing in Distributed Hybrid Systems

Workshop on

Trusted Computing in Distributed and Hybrid Systems

 

ABSTRACT

 

The two fundamental components of Trusted Computing, the asymmetric PKI framework and RSA IFC cryptography, are operating beyond their limitations and are no longer sufficient. "In August, 2015, NSA announced that it planned to transition in the not distant future to a new cipher suite that is resistant to quantum attacks." wikipedia

Dynamic distributed key and hybrid systems overcome these limitations.

THE TOPICS OF THIS WORKSHOP INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING

 

- distributed frameworks for trusted computing and trusted cyber

- PKI and distributed combined hybrid frameworks and security controls

- security, identity and data provenance in distributed and hybrid systems

- secure handshakes for distributed trusted computing

- secure cryptographic key distribution and scalability for trusted computing and trusted cyber

- side channel resistance in trusted computing and trusted cyber

- next generation cryptography for trusted computing and trusted cyber

- secure cryptographic key distribution and scalability for trusted computing and trusted cyber

- trusted computing key creation for restricted resource environments i.e. IoT

COMMITTEE

 

- Chair: Andre Brisson - Whitenoise Laboratories Canada Inc.

- Co-Chair: Dr. Mihai Sima - University of Victoria, British Columbia ECE Labs

- Program Committee Chair: Layton Perrin - Sequor Systems Inc.

- Program Committee member: Dr. Issa Traore - University of Victoria, British Columbia ECE Labs

- Program Committee member: Laurie Perrin - Sequor Systems Inc.

- Program Committee member: Albert Meyburgh - British Columbia Institute of Technology

- Program Committee member: Edouard Kujawski - MIT, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs

- Program Committee member: Sam Greenblatt, former CTO HP, Dell

 

SUBMISSION

 

Workshop papers are limited to 6 pages following the IEEE proceedings format, and are to be submitted as PDF via the ATC 2017 submission site: ATC 2017 submission

Deadlines

Paper Submission - April 10, 2017

Acceptance Notification - May 10, 2017

Camera-Ready Submission - June 10, 2017

 

VENUE

 

Please see the main conference page .

 

SPONSOR

 

ATC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CyberTrust

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reference

Factorization

Make an exponential key

DIVA / DDKI

Tunnel - distribute secure session keys to new endpoints

Side Channel Attack resistance

TLS-DIVA-WN extension for openSSL

DDKI_and_PKI_Handshakes