Mobile Application Security in Digital Financial Services

June 6, 2017
Event Time: 
6.30 AM US EST / 10:30 AM GMT/UTC
Event Type: 
Event Location: 
Online

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This webinar will focus on the results of research in mobile banking and mobile payment applications, and the vulnerabilities that have been discovered that may affect user funds and system integrity

Presenter:  Prof. KEVIN R. B. BUTLER - Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering, University of Florida

Bio
Professor Butler's research focuses on security issues as they relate to storage systems, large-scale systems architectures, and networks. Recent work in his group has included understanding the security of portable storage and the USB interface, mobile phone security, protection of Internet traffic and the SSL infrastructure, and attacks and defenses against the cloud infrastructure. Some of his other research areas of interest include security in interdomain routing, propagation of malicious code through the Internet, applied cryptosystems, and using secure hardware to enforce systems security. He lead systems security research within the Florida Institute for Cybersecurity Research and is formerly co-director of the Southeastern Security for Enterprise and Infrastructure (SENSEI) Center at the University of Florida, which he joined the in 2014 as part of the UF Rising to Preeminence Hiring Program. He received a National Science Foundataion CAREER award in 2013.

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