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Dr. Kyo-il Chung,
ETRI (http://www.etri.re.kr)


RFID and USN Technologies and their Security Issues

Recently, the evolution of ICT(Information & Communication Technology) has lead the information-oriented society more comfortable, more convenient. These are possible on the RFID/USN technologies.
In this talk, we discuss the security issues on the RFID/USN technologies. I will present three distinct sections: 1) introduction of RFID/USN technologies; 2) security issues, technologies and examples in RFID system; 3) security issues in USN system. Also we discuss the side-channel attack to RFID and sensor devices.

About Dr. Kyo-il Chung
Dr. Chung, Principal Member of Engineering Staff of Information Security Research Division has joined ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute ) since 1982.

He is concerned in the information security technology field for the mobile environments, IC card system, electronic payment, biometrics, information warfare, digital forensics, ubiquitous computing including RFID/USN and a variety of cryptographic technologies. He has many talks related in information security technologies. As writings, he has many patents and research papers related in the information security. Also he has published some books related to Information Security and RFID. Especially, as the member of ITU-T SG17, he had lead international standardization about the security framework in the telecommunication system. Also, he presented the “Security issues in RFID systems” in ITU Workshop, October, 2005, “Security Issues in RFID and Sensor Networks” in ITU Workshop, February, 2006, “Security Issues in RFID and Allocated Frequency Band for RFID in Korea” in OECD Foresight Forum, 2005, and “Mobile RFID Technologies in Korea” in RFID/EPC Asia Adoption Forum, 2008.

As well, he was a professor of next generation security part in UST(University of Science and Technology, Korea), and now he is working for standardization in various SDOs such as Chair of TC1(Technical Committee of Common Base Technology) in TTA(Telecommunications Technology Association), Chair of Home Network Security Forum, Chair of IC Card Forum in KEPIA(Korea Electronic Payment Industries Association), Chair of Security Group in Mobile RFID Forum, Chair of Electronic Passport Standardization Group of IC Card Research Centre in SNU(Seoul National Univ.).

He was registered in “International Who’s Who” 2003 edition. He has received a Letter of Commendation form MIC(Ministry of Information and Communication, 1992) and MOST(Ministry of Science and Technology, 2006), the Technology Enhanced Award from KIISC(Korea Institute of Information Security & Cryptology, 2004) and the Distinguished Service Awards from IEEK (Institute of Electronic Engineers of Korea, 2007), ATS (Korea Agency for Technology and Standards, 2007), TTA (Telecommunications Technology Association, 2007), NPA (Korea National Police Agency, 2007), KISIA (Korea Information Security Industries Association, 2008).

  

Prof. Jong Sou Park,
Computer Engineering Dept.
Korea Aerospace University
  
Cloud Computing Security 
Cloud computing is an emerging computing paradigm where data and services reside in massively scalable data centers and can be ubiquitously accessed from any connected devices over the Internet. Many academic and industry put a lot of efforts on research and development of cloud computing. According to Berkeley RAD Lab’s view of Cloud computing, the one of major obstacles of cloud computing is availability of a service. In addition to availability of cloud computing services, performance, security, and survivability of the cloud computing system should be guaranteed under a variety of failures and malicious attacks. Furthermore, cloud computing service users’ service level agreements (SLAs) such as availability and reliability should be satisfied. In this talk, we will talk about (1) cloud computing basic (2) security issues on cloud computing (3) DDOS attack on cloud computing.
  About Prof. Jong Sou Park
Jong Sou Park received the M.S. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from North Carolina State University in 1986. And he received his Ph.D in Computer Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University in 1994. From 1994 - 1996, he worked as an assistant Professor at The Pennsylvania State University in Computer Engineering Department and he was president of the KSEA Central PA, Chapter. He is currently a full professor in Computer Engineering Department, Korea Aerospace University. His main research interests are information security, embedded system, cloud computing and hardware design. He is a member of IEEE and IEICE, and he is an executive board member of the Korea Institute of Information Security and Cryptology, and Korea Information Assurance Society. He has published more than 100 technical conference and journal papers related to information security, embedded system, and hardware design.

  
  

  

  

  
  

  
  
  

  

  
  

  

  

  

  

  
  

  

  

  

  

  
  

  

  

  

  

  
  
 
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