do 21 maart | 12:00 - 12:45
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Hardware Hacking

We will give an introduction to the physical security of embedded security devices. We will discuss techniques to attack such devices and measures to protect against the attacks. We will provide an overview of the work that we do in our embedded systems security lab, and if time permits we wil show a demo. We will present our recent hack of the TESLA model S key fob and report on our experience with TESLA and other car manufacturers.
Cyber Security
Benedikt Gierlichs
Benedikt Gierlichs en Lennert Wouters
Research Expert en PhD researcher, KU Leuven, research group COSIC
MSc IT-Security Engineering in 2006 from Bochum University, PhD Applied Cryptography in 2011 from KU Leuven, Post-doctoral research at FWO (Research Foundation Flanders) from 2011 until 2017, since then Research Expert at KU Leuven.

Lennert Wouters obtained a Master in Engineering Technology and an Advanced Master in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Leuven. After completing his studies, Lennert joined the Computer Security and Industrial Cryptography (COSIC) research group, an imec research group at KU Leuven. As a PhD researcher his research interests include hardware security of connected embedded devices, reverse engineering and side channel attacks.
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