The Future of Cyber-autonomy
U – Carnegie Mellon University –
My vision is to automatically check and defend the world’s software from exploitable bugs. In order to achieve this vision, I am building technology, called Mayhem, that shifts the attack/defend game away from the current manual approaches for finding and fixing software security vulnerabilities to a fully autonomous cyber reasoning systems
David Brumley is an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and the CEO and co-founder of ForAllSecure, a company creating cybersecurity tools that automatically finds and fixes software vulnerabilities.
An expert in security and adaptive learning technology, Brumley also directs CyLab, CMUs security and privacy research institute, and serves as the faculty mentor for the Hacking Team Plaid Parliament of Pwning, CMUs security research group.
Date: 2018-Oct-10 Time: 13:30:00 Room: Anfiteatro FA1 (Pav. Informática)
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INESC-ID ESR Talks – February 2023
If you are a masters/PhD student or a postdoctoral fellow, come and present your work in an informal and friendly environment – and savour some tasty snacks!
Individual talks will be 10-15 minutes plus time for feedback. Enroll on your selected date by emailing pedro.ferreira[at]inesc-id.pt.
Happening on the second Wednesday of every month (4pm-5pm):
- 15 February (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 15 March (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 12 April (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 10 May (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 14 June (Alves Redol, Room 9)
- 12 July (Alves Redol, Room 9)
We hope to see you there!