The event had the following schedule:
- On June 19, we started at 2pm with talks until 5:30 pm. A social event followed on the same day at the Spa which will gave us access to pools and saunas for ~3h. Sauna is a very important part of Estonian culture, be sure not to miss it! Bring your swimsuit!
- On June 20, we had a full day of talks from 9:30am to 5:45pm. A very nice social dinner followed in the evening with a 3 course menu. The dinner location was by the port of Tallinn, within walking distance of the hotel. The restaurant is called Ocean11.
- On June 21, we had a half day of talks, from 9am to noon.
SAFEST provided coffee breaks on all 3 days. SAFEST also covered lunch and dinner on June 20. Accommodation had to be arranged on your own. We recommended staying in the same hotel as the workshop will take place.
- “Threat surface analysis as a versatile tool for deciding on cybersecurity measures” presented by Dan BOGDANOV, PhD
- “Glitched on Earth by Humans: A Black-Box Security Evaluation of the SpaceX StarlinkUser Terminal” presented by Lennert WOUTERS
- “Power Contracts: Provably Complete Leakage Models for Processors” presented by Vedad HADŽIC
- “Soviet Computing Wonders: Dreaming (and Stealing) to Beat the West” presented by Prof Jaan RAIK
- “Masking Lattice-based Post-quantum Cryptography” presented by Suparna KUNDU
- “Hardware Acceleration Efforts for Homomorphic Encryption” presented by Ahmet Can MERT
- “ShowTime: CPU Timing Attacks with the Human Eye” presented by Antoon PURNAL
- “Logic-Locking schemes and side channel attacks resilience” presented by Nassim RIADI
- “Abstract Writing Workshop” ran by prof Samuel PAGLIARINI
- “Hardware Realization of Lattice-based Post-quantum Cryptography” presented by Malik IMRAN
- “A Novel Structural Attack Against SAT-Resilient Logic Locking Techniques” presented by Levent AKSOY