Speaker: Prof. Yutian Tang
Time: 15:00-16:00, Nov. 6
Location: SIST 1C 101
In the era of big data, security issues and privacy protection become vital for human beings. System vulnerabilities can lead to several issues, such as privacy leaks, loss of data or money. Understanding security issues and knowing how to protect us from these attacks is essential. This talk reviews the development of system security and introduces the status of system security. It also covers 5 case studies to help students understand what is system security and how to protect them. A quick review of system and security center (SSC) is provided for students.
Dr. Yutian Tang is a tenure-track Assistant Professor with SIST, ShanghaiTech University. He received his BSc from Jilin University in 2013, his Ph.D. degree from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2018. Then he spent two years as a post-doc researcher at PolyU HK and CityU. His research interests include software engineering, program analysis, system security, testing and blockchain. Over these years, he has published a dozen of papers on top-tier conferences and journals (CCF A、B). His research is widely recognized by peers. He received Best Industrial Paper Award at ISSRE’18. Some of his works report critical vulnerabilities in Android OS, which are confirmed by Google Security Team.More, Dr. Tang also serves as a reviewer for the following journals: IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing; IEEE Transactions on Reliability, IEEE Transactions on Service Computing, Frontier of Computer Science, Scientific Programming, Journal of Computer Security, SN Applied Sciences. More on http://www.chrisyttang.org.