Wednesday 29th May, 2013
5:00pm to 5:50pm
As our “voyage of the Beagle” continues, the language-theoretic security framework, initially proposed by Len Sassaman, Meredith L. Patterson, and Sergey Bratus, has developed not only as a descriptive framework for the classification of vulnerabilities, but a constructive framework for conceptualizing and reducing to practice both “weird machines” in the most unusual places and engineering principles for more attack-resistant, more performant software. In this talk, we’ll highlight an important example of LANGSEC in practice before we even gave it that name, follow the growth in the field over the last two years, and give a look ahead at just some of the directions in which the field is expanding.
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