UAE Security Day – 2013
CCS-AD has been working in the past year to develop a high quality research program that addresses challenges relevant to the UAE and the region. To address this goal CRISSP-AD is organizing a day long meeting to explore research collaborations among researchers in UAE universities who work in the broad field of cyber security and privacy. The goal of this meeting is to develop ambitious and high impact research projects and to explore how they can be supported to generate research results of highest quality. More specifically, we would like to discuss how to develop joint funding proposals, build testbeds, and gain access to data that could be used for evaluating our research results.
Paul Royal is a Research Scientist in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech and Associate Director of the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC). In these roles, he engages in collaborative research on various aspects of the online criminal ecosystem. Royal often focuses on research topics interesting to both academics and industry practitioners, with previous work presented at Black Hat USA that subsequently appeared in ACM CCS. As a frequent press resource on security issues, Royal has been repeatedly quoted in USA Today, Washington Post, Forbes, and prominent outlets.
- Date: December 10, 2013
- Location: Center for Science and Engineering
|9:20-10:20||Keynote: Understanding Large Scale Threats via Malware Analysis,Speaker: Paul Royal, Associate Director,Georgia Tech Information Security Center, Georgia Institute of Technology|
|10:30-13:00||Research Overview- A series of short informal presentations about research projects being undertaken by participants from various UAE universities.|
|14:00-15:30||Discussion Session: Developing Multi-University Collaborative Research Projects|