Mathematical Cryptanalysis in the Real World


WHEN March 4, 2024
6:30-8 PM WHERE NYUAD Campus, Conference Center WHO NYU Abu Dhabi Institute Open to the Public

Cryptography is often regarded as a cornerstone of computer security. Yet, many public-key cryptographic algorithms show vulnerability to implementation errors or misinterpretations. This talk surveys 'weapons of math destruction' that have proven remarkably effective in identifying flawed cryptographic implementations in real-world scenarios. It also covers adventures in both active and passive network measurement of cryptographic protocols, highlighting the challenges and advancements in this critical field.

  • Nadia Heninger, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, University of California, San Diego

In Collaboration with

Center for Cyber Security

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