The Eindhoven Institute for the Protection of Systems and Information
(Ei/PSI) organizes a 1-day event on
Security in Times of Surveillance
on Monday, 29 May 2017. The event will take place at the Technische
Universiteit Eindhoven in the Blauwe Zaal.
It features 7 invited talks covering technical as well as
legal and political aspects of security and surveillance.
The event will close with a screening of
The Vula Connection,
the story of secret communications in the anti-apartheid struggle.
The Cryptomuseum has several
machines on display in the MetaForum building for the whole
month. On the day of this event they will bring some extra machines
to the Auditorium building (where the event takes place) and participants
can visit them during the breaks.
Information of how to reach TU/e is available here.
The Blauwe Zaal is at at the center of the Auditorium building, building 1
(in quadrant A4) on the
Information such as slides and videos from past edition of
Security in Times of Surveillance can be found at the
the 2015 page,
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Download the poster for the event in A4 format.
The event is now over.
Please note that due to flight delays we needed to adjust the
schedule. This is the updated schedule
|The IT of Another Europe, building systems we can trust again|
|European decision-making on data sharing and data protection: state of play|
|11:00|| Coffee break|
|Can Cryptography Frustrate Fascism?|
|12:15||Daniel J. Bernstein|
|Thomas Jefferson and Apple versus the FBI|
|How apartheid was defeated by secret communications|
|Threat modelling (at time of surveillance). An economic perspective on attack engineering and deployment|
|The Vula Connection|
Please treat each other with respect.
Please do not take pictures of anybody without prior consent; per se
that means no crowd shots are possible.
For further information, please contact:
e-mail: tanja [at] hyperelliptic.org