We are delighted to announce that Brad Reaves will give a guest lecture here at LUH during our Foundations of IT Security class. The lecture is open to the public and all are more than welcome to attend.
|Title:||"Fixing the Phone: Strong Authentication for Telephony"|
|When:||2019-11-14, 14:15 - 15:45|
|Where:||Room F102, Welfengarten 1|
Brad Reaves is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at North Carolina State University and a member of the Wolfpack Security and Privacy Research (WSPR) Lab. His research is dedicated to measuring and improving the security and privacy of computer systems, with a particular emphasis on cellular and telephone networks, IP networks, and large-scale analyses of software security. This work has addressed detection and measurement of mobile malware in the wild, identified systemic risks in developing world mobile money systems, and provided new techniques to distinguish legitimate and fraudulent phone calls. His research integrates knowledge from fields as diverse as signal processing and digital communications; data science, machine learning, and statistics; cryptography; program analysis; reverse engineering; and Internet and telephone networks.