Topic - DOTA Defense of the Ancients 
Internet of Things and Security 
No - not DOTA, and not DOTA 2. This workshop is all about computer security. We are building a brave new world, where computer systems intrude everywhere, in your home, at your work, in your pockets. Many systems are based on truly ancient technology. We will look at how to defend our ancient systems, providing practical guidance as to how to make you, your organization, and even your country safer. 
DOTA will cover topics such as: attack surfaces for Windows and UNIX based systems, Android, GSM, SCADA/PLCs networking hardware, remote car controllers; injections, cross-site scripting, overflows, classic attacks, cryptography, PKI; defenses: software techniques, design approaches, configurations, IDS. 

Some programming experience, and an interest in computer security. Good humor is welcome as well. 

Professor Hugh ANDERSON 
Department of Computer Science, School of Computing, NUS 

Prof Anderson received his B.Sc. from Victoria University of Wellington (NZ), M.Sc. from the University of the South Pacific (Fiji), and Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore. Since being at NUS he has won faculty and NUS-wide teaching awards. He has been involved in electronics and computing for over 40 years, taking his first University level computer course in the early 1970's, and building his first computer in 1976.  

Prof Anderson has an eclectic range of skills and interests in electronics and computing, derived from his background both in industry and academia. Since 2001, he has been involved designing, and teaching, a range of computer security courses in the School of Computing at NUS. His research interests of late include working with embedded, and medical information systems. 

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