Crypto Wars: From Ceasar to Quantum Powers and Smart Cities


Crypto Wars: From Ceasar to Quantum Powers and Smart Cities

WHEN November 26, 2017
6:30-8pm WHERE NYUAD Campus, Conference Center WHO NYU Abu Dhabi Institute
Open to the Public

People live in an era of smart cities empowered by Autonomous systems, FinTech technologies, Quantum computations and Artificial Intelligence. The new-age information revolution is pushing the limits of all electronic representations in terms of computational complexity, power, and area. The security of any hardware devices, embedded systems and generic system used within these environments will be dependent on the robustness and strength of Cryptographic primitives used as atomic security components. This talk addresses the evolutions of different cryptographic landscapes through presenting (software and hardware-centric) designs that fit into different environments, especially environments with extreme computational limitations, and the potential attacks levels proposed to estimate the resiliency of these systems.

Hoda Al Khzaimi, Research Assistant Professor, Engineering; Director, Center of Cyber Security, NYUAD

Hosted by
NYU Abu Dhabi Institute

In Collaboration with

Center for Cyber Security

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