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Russia & CIS Round 2013

Conference details

The 'CyberSecurity for the Next Generation' conference will be hosted at the State Engineering University of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia February 20-22, 2013 together with the Faculty of Computer systems and Informatics.

Participation requirements:

Bachelors, Masters and Ph.D. students from higher education institutions and graduate schools based in Russia and CIS countries are welcome to apply.

To participate just follow these steps:

  • Register here your interest and get full submission details
  • Submit your research paper in English by 21 January 2013;
  • Prepare a 10 minute presentation in English (subject to winning a place at the conference).

Participation is free. Kaspersky Lab will cover all participants' travel and accommodation expenses. By submitting a paper, participants give their consent for Kaspersky Lab to publish their work at www.kaspersky.com.

The best projects will be given awards and valuable prizes (1st place $1000, 2nd place $750 and 3rd place $500) from Kaspersky Lab and the authors will be invited to attend the international ‘CyberSecurity for the Next Generation’ conference.

Agenda

Thursday, February 21, 2013
Time Event Location
09.30-10.00 Guest registration SEUA, Lobby of Scientific Council Conference Hall (Building 1, 3rd floor)
09.30-10.00 Opening Ceremony and Welcome Speech SEUA, Scientific Council Conference Hall (Building 1, Room 1301)
10.00 -10.15 Introduction to the Conference by Natalya Obelets, Deputy Head of Department of Education Initiatives, Kaspersky Lab
10.15-10.35 Malicious programs in 2012. An overview and a forecast for 2013
10.35-11.15 Panel Discussion: The future of the Internet. Are we prepared?
11.15-11.30 COFEE BREAK SEUA, Lobby of Scientific Council Conference Hall (Building 1, 3rd floor)
11.30-11.45 Student Presentation: Complex solution for software protection SEUA, Scientific Council Conference Hall (Building 1, Room 1301)
11.45-12.00 Student Presentation: Securing Fingerprint Based Authentication Using Steganographic Techniques
14.30-14.45 Detecting DDoS attacks on digital publication hosting services
14.45-15.00 Student Presentation: Multiple error detection and correction during data transmission based on an agile repetition method
15.00-15.15 Student Presentation: Information security in social media
15.15-15.30 Student Presentation: Protection of cloud computation by verifying software for destructive properties
15.30-15.45 Student Presentation: Federate 365. Cloud-hosted identity and Federation service for Office365
15.45-16.00 Student Presentation: User-friendly e-mail agent for encrypted communication
Friday, February 22, 2013
Time Event Location
10.00-10.30 Mobile Wars Episode I SEUA, Scientific Council Conference Hall (Building 1, Room 1301)
10.30-11.00 SPAM vs legal ad platforms: who will win?
11.00-11.20 COFEE BREAK SEUA, Lobby of Scientific Council Conference Hall (Building 1, 3rd floor)
11.20-12.40 Quiz SEUA, Scientific Council Conference Hall (Building 1, Room 1301)
12.40-13.20 Awards Ceremony

Finalists

 

Maxim Shudrak

A new technique and tool for detecting vulnerabilities in binary executables

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Siberian State Aerospace University named after M.F. Reshetnev

 

Farid Dahiri

Cloud infrastructure for vulnerability testing

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Kharkov National University of Radioelectronics

 

Victor Danielyan

Complex solution for software protection

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State Engineering University of Armenia (Polytechnic)

 

Shushanik Torosyan

Information security in social media

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SEIHPE Dubna International University for Nature, Society and Man, master of department of system analysis & management

 

Babken Yeghiazaryan

Malware analysis by means of automated testing schemes and behaviour monitoring

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State Engineering University of Armenia

 

Yury Tumanov

Protection of cloud computation by verifying software for destructive properties

Nationar Research Nuclear Univercity «MEPhI»

 

Artyom Harutyunyan

Federate 365. Cloud-hosted identity and Federation service for Office365

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State Engineering University of Armenia

 

Narek Malkhasyan

Securing fingerprint-based authentication using steganographic techniques

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National Academy of Sciences of Armenia

 

Vahram Darbinyan

Detecting DDoS attacks on digital publication hosting services

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State Engineering University of Armenia

 

Harutyun Terteryan

Web application security based on a content restriction mechanism

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State Engineering University Of Armenia

 

Zhanna Grigoryan

User-friendly e-mail agent for encrypted communication

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State Engineering University of Armenia

 

Arman Grigoryan

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Multiple error detection and correction during data transmission based on an agile repetition method

European Regional Educational Academy

 

Lilit Shahbazyan

New methodology of cyber security education for various levels and targets

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Armenian State Pedagogical University after Khachatur Abovyan

 

Vladimir Hovsepyan

Web application for investigation and analysis of asymmetric cryptographic algorithms

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State Engineering University of Armenia

 

Program committee

 

Sergey Golovanov

Malware Expert, EEMEA, Global Research and Analysis Team

Sergey started his career at Kaspersky Lab in 2005, joining the company as a Virus Analyst before going on to become Head of the Non-Intel Research Group. He conducts research into data mining and threats that target online games and social networking sites, as well as the technologies and methods used by virus writers and cybercriminal groups. Sergey was appointed Malware Expert for the Russian Research Center in 2009 and is based in Moscow. Sergey is currently a PhD student and in his spare time, teaches a course on securing computer networks. Prior to joining the Company, he worked at the Moscow Centre for Scientific and Technical Information.

 

Sergey Novikov

Head, EEMEA, Global Research & Analysis Team

Sergey was appointed Head of the Global Research & Analysis Group for the EEMEA region in 2010. His responsibilities include monitoring IT security trends in the EEMEA region, organizing international summits for security researchers and cooperating with educational institutions of different level. Sergey joined Kaspersky Lab in 2002, working in the Customer Service Department before becoming a virus analyst. Prior to his current position he was a project manager in the Research Center since 2007. Sergey has a degree in Applied Mathematics from the Moscow State University of Railway Engineering and holds a postgraduate degree in IT Security. He is based in Moscow.

 

Denis Maslennikov

Senior Malware Analyst, EEMEA, Global Research and Analysis Team

Denis joined Kaspersky Lab at the beginning of 2007. Working initially as a Virus Analyst, he quickly rose to become a Senior Malware Analyst in the Antivirus Lab, and then Head of the Mobile Research Group. Currently, Denis is a Senior Malware Analyst with the company’s Global Research and Analysis Team and is responsible for monitoring the threat landscape, with particular emphasis on mobile malware, attacks on social networking sites, Instant Messenger threats and ICQ spam. Denis holds a Diploma in Information Security from the Russian State University of Humanities.

 

Darya Gudkova

Head of Content Analysis & Research

Darya joined Kaspersky Lab in 2006 as a Spam Analyst, before rising to the position of Head of the Spam Analysts Group. In 2010, Darya became Head of Content Analysis & Research and is responsible for providing information regarding the current spam landscape, as well as future trends in spam and mass mailing techniques. She also writes regular reports on spam evolution. Darya is a graduate of the Moscow State Linguistic University where she specialized in theoretical and applied linguistics.

 

Vladimir Sahakyan

Director and Head of Computer Sciences Department of the International Scientific and Educational Centre of the NAS RA (Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems)

Vladimir Sahakyan is  Director and  Head of Computer Sciences Department of the International Scientific and Educational Centre of the NAS RA (Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems) His research interests include Architecture computer networks research and development, distributed data processing, statistical methods of data processing, queuing theory, software engineering, computer science. Mr. Sahakyan earned Doctor of Philosophy in Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics from Institute of Electronic Engineering, Moscow. He received Master in mathematics from Yerevan State University. Vladimir Sahakyan has published about 60 publications in the field of queuing theory and distributed information processing. He also leading specialist in EU FP7 EGIInSPIRE 2010-2014 European Grid Initiative: Integrated Sustainable Pan-European Infrastructure for Researchers in Europe.

 

Andrey Philippovich

Professor at the Department

Andrey Philippovich is a professor at Bauman Moscow State Technical University and ob-tained his PhD (technical sciences) in 2004, and Docent-degree in 2006. His research interests include Info-Cognitive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Linguistics, Additional and Virtual Reality, IT in Education, IS Design. Currently he works at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU)   Associate Professor of the Department "Automated Control Systems". Chief of Laboratory of Technical Education in Russia. Andrey Philippovich is a member of the expert group of The Ministry of education and science of Russia in the field of VET, Chief Executive Deputy of Multivendor and Academic ICT Consortium, Chief of Science Education Cluster in the field of Computer Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence and Multimedia. Andrey Philippovich is an author of more than 100 publications, including 8 books: “TOP-curriculum «ICT basics and networking administration”(2012), “Design IT curriculums for HE and VET” (2010), “Integrating Microsoft official academic courses into Russian technical universities’ IT curriculums” (2008)

 

Robert Kooij

Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Technology Delft

Robert Kooij received a Ph.D. degree in mathematics from TU Delft, the Netherlands, in 1993. His thesis dealt with a problem from the theory of nonlinear differential equations. From 1997 to 2003 he worked at KPN Research and since 2003 he has been a senior scientist at TNO, where he deals with quality aspects of ICT networks. As knowledge research manager he is responsible for the program on critical ICT infrastructures. Since 2005 he has also been affiliated with the Department of Telecommunications on a part-time basis, working in the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science, at Delft University of Technology. Since 2010 he has been a part-time full professor.

 

Andrey Philippovich

Professor at the Department

Andrey Philippovich is a professor at Bauman Moscow State Technical University and ob-tained his PhD (technical sciences) in 2004, and Docent-degree in 2006. His research interests include Info-Cognitive Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Linguistics, Additional and Virtual Reality, IT in Education, IS Design.

Currently he works at Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU)   Associate Professor of the Department "Automated Control Systems". Chief of Laboratory of Technical Education in Russia. Andrey Philippovich is a member of the expert group of The Ministry of education and science of Russia in the field of VET, Chief Executive Deputy of Multivendor and Academic ICT Consortium, Chief of Science Education Cluster in the field of Computer Linguistics, Artificial Intelligence and Multimedia.

Andrey Philippovich is an author of more than 100 publications, including 8 books: “TOP-curriculum «ICT basics and networking administration”(2012), “Design IT curriculums for HE and VET” (2010), “Integrating Microsoft official academic courses into Russian technical universities’ IT curriculums.

Location

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Important Dates

Paper Submission Due: Monday, 21 January 2013 Acceptance Notification: Monday, 28 January 2013 Final Presentations Due: Monday, 18 February 20132

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