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AFSecurity Seminar Series 2011

  • Next AFSecurity Seminar: 8 April 2011, The Stuxnet Worm: Retrospective and Future Scenarios, Geir Mork, Normal Data Defense
  • Location Meeting room Awk (3118), IfI-2 (Ole-Johan Dahls Hus), University of Oslo, Gaustadalléen 23b, 0371 Oslo.

Contact Audun Jøsang [[1]] if you want to be on the distribution list for invitations to AFSecurity seminars, and if you are interested in giving a presentation at a future seminar.

Past AFSecurity Seminars

  • March 2011: Cloud Security, Ole-Tom Seierstad (Microsoft)
  • February 2011: Risk Management, Bjørn Solhaug (SINTEF)
  • January 2011: VoIP Security, Sjur Eivind Usken (Honeynor / Phonect)
  • November-2010: RBAC and Financial Risk, Espen Opheim (Avanade)
  • October-2010: 1) Certificate Validation, Anders Fongen (FFI/NITH), and 2) Online Micropayments, Josef Noll (UiO/Movation/CWIN/UNIK).
  • September-2010: Breaking the Unbreakable Quantum Key Distribution. Lars Lydersen (NTNU/UNIK).
  • August-2010: Physical Layer Security over Wireless Channels. Xiangyun (Sean) Zhou (UiO/UNIK)
  • June-2010: e-Voting: National Efforts Kristian Gjøsteen (NTNU).
  • May-2010: Passwords and Problems Per Øyvind Hervik Thorsheim (EDB Business Partner)
  • April-2010: Cryptography Smile Markovski (Multivariate Trapdoor Functions) and Cryptographers' Panel.
  • March-2010: Intrusion Prevention and Detection, Knut Bjørnstad (ErgoGroup)
  • February-2010: Crypto Puzzles, Leif Nilsen (Thales)
  • January-2010: Wireless Security, Mark Looi (QUT), Moshfiq Chowdhury (UNIK)

About AFSecurity

Academic Forum on Security is a collaborative meeting place in the Oslo area with focus on current issues and research questions related to information security. AFSecurity is organised in collaboration between IfI (Department of Informatics) and FFI (The Defence Research Establishment).

Constant technology innovation and the changing threat environment make information security an ongoing process that always requires new solutions. The AFSecurity seminar series is a response to this challenge and provides a forum for security innovation and exchange of ideas. Seminaar speakers are representatives from industry, government and academia who are active in the research and development of IT and security solutions through national and international organisations.