Trusted Infrastructure Workshop 2011
JUNE 19-23, 2011 PITTSBURGH, PA
When IT infrastructure technologies fail to keep pace with emerging threats, we can no longer trust them to sustain the applications we depend on in both business and society at large.
Ranging from Trusted Computing to machine virtualization, new hardware architectures, and new network security architectures, trusted infrastructure technologies attempt to place security into the very design of commercial off-the shelf technologies.
The TIW is aimed at all researchers in the field of IT security with an interest in systems and infrastructure security, as well as younger master's or PhD students who are new to the field.
Please email Tina Yankovich with any questions.
Leaders from academia, industry, and government are delivering the lectures, labs, and workshops. Speakers to be announced; confirmations will be posted on the agenda.
Local Organizing Committee
|Boris Balacheff, HP Labs||Tina Yankovich, Carnegie Mellon CyLab|
|Robert Thibadeau, Wave||Cathy Schaefer, Carnegie Mellon CyLab|
|Ron Perez, AMD||Nichole Dwyer, Carnegie Mellon CyLab|
|Virgil Gligor, Carnegie Mellon CyLab|
|Adrian Perrig, Carnegie Mellon CyLab|
|Jonathan McCune, Carnegie Mellon CyLab|
NSF, HP, Google, Microsoft, and Wave Systems