THREADS is an annual conference that focuses on pragmatic security research and new discoveries in network attack and defense. Held each year during NYU-Poly's Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) in Brooklyn, NY, THREADS is organized by NYU-Poly Hackers in Residence Dan Guido and Dino Dai Zovi with the help of cyber security students at the university.
THREADS aims to present and discuss cutting edge, peer reviewed, industrial and academic research in computer and network security. THREADS focuses on developments and advances in attack techniques and attacker methodologies. We want to discuss what vulnerabilities exist and how attackers of today and tomorrow exploit those vulnerabilities.
We are currently planning this event for next year. If you want to be notified about the conference and receive the Call for Papers, please subscribe to our mailing list.
|Nasir Memon, NYU-Poly||Opening Remarks [video]|
|Dan Guido, NYU-Poly||Executive Overview: NYU-Poly & Mobile Security [video] [slides]|
|Dino Dai Zovi, NYU-Poly||iOS Jailbreak Analysis [video] [slides]|
|Mike Arpaia, iSEC Partners||Mobile Exploit Intelligence Project [video] [slides]|
|Collin Mulliner, NEU||Probing Mobile Operator Networks [video] [slides]|
|Vincenzo Iozzo, Trail of Bits||A Tale of Mobile Threats [video] [slides]|
|Chris Rohlf, Leaf SR||Analysis of the Google Native Client Sandbox [paper] [slides]|
|Jon Oberheide, DUO Security||Mobile Vulnerability Assessment: There's an App for That [website] [blog]|
We would like to thank Evan Jensen at NYU-Poly for his assistance organizing THREADS 2012.