Stanford Secure Internet of Things Project
2017 Workshop: December 4, Stanford

The Secure Internet of Things Research Program held a workshop at Stanford on December 4, 2017. The focus of the event was presentations by students and faculty on recent research results as well as larger research trends. There was also a panel discussion on the role of hardware and software in IoT security, which had a Turing Award winner as a surprise member. Approximately 70 people attended.

Student research presentations focused on cryptography and low-level systems for building secure IoT devices. Faculty presentations discussed the current state of the art and directions for cryptography and Internet security.


9:00-9:30 Breakfast
9:30-9:45 Securing the Internet of Things, Steve Eglash and Philip Levis
9:45-10:45 Flexible cryptographic acceleration with CESEL, Kevin Kiningham
Robust, low-cost auditable random number generation, Riad Wahby
Secure delegation, Dmitry Kogan
10:45-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 Safely and Efficiently Multiprogramming a 64kB computer, Amit Levy
Trust but verify: auditing the secure Internet of Things, Keith Winstein
12:00-1:15 Lunch
1:15-2:15 Panel discussion: IoT Security, the Hardware/Software Interface.
Amit Levy, David Mazières, Dominic Rizzo, and Whit Diffie
2:15-3:00 Security in the Internet, a 10,000 foot view. Zakir Durumeric
3:00-3:15 Break
3:15-4:00 Security and Cryptography Today, Dan Boneh
4:00-4:20 Closing, fast forward poster introductions (<1m each)
4:20-5:30 Poster session