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Cybersecurity Summer Camp

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Cybersecurity Summer Camp
Cybersecurity Summer Camp

Time & Location

Jun 22, 2020, 9:00 AM – Jun 25, 2020, 4:00 PM


About the Event

Cybersecurity is of fundamental importance to the economic strength and national security of the United States in order to form a safe and innovative foundation in cyberspace, yet the NSTC (National Science and Technology Council) claims that cybersecurity has not kept pace with the increase in cyber threats. This camp aims to train students who are interested in cybersecurity through seminars.

Goal of Summer Camps:

The goal of this project is to improve Cybersecurity education through summer camps for students, especially for undergraduate students. This event is managed by cybersecurity faculty at San Jose State University with industry partners for each day. Here is a tentative agenda with speakers and our industry partners. We also have career consulting for 20-30 minutes every day through Q&A after sessions. Our faculty speakers will not be changed. However, specific topics can be changed a little.

Target Audience: Anyone who are interested in cybersecurity, but no pre-experience for cybersecurity. We encourage students to register this summer camps.

Meeting Links: We will send our meeting link with our password again by email on June 19 or June 20, 2020.


  • Younghee Park, Ph.D., Associate Professor. [LinkedIn]
  • Gokay Saldamli, Ph.D., Associate Professor. [LinkedIn]
  • Fabio Di Troia, Ph.D. , Assistant Professor. [LinkedIn]
  • Nima Karimian, Ph.D. , Assistant Professor. [LinkedIn]


Network Security, June 22, 2020 (Monday)

Speaker: Dr.Younghee Park

  • Review of Network Attacks
  • Defense Methods and ML-based Detection
  • Snort introduction and demos
  • Joel Esler at Cisco for Cisco-Snort

Hardware Security, June 23, 2020 (Tuesday)

Speaker: Dr. Nima Karimian

  • Review Hardware-based security primitives
  • Hardware Trojan and ML based detection
  • Memory Fingerprint and Applications
  • True Random Number Generators (TRNGs)
  • Hardware Obfuscation and Applications
  • Sunil Cheruvu, Principle Engineer in Security at Intel

Malicious Code Detection, June 24, 2020 (Wednesday)

Speaker: Dr. Fabio Di Troia

  • Review Malware Threats and Evolution
  • Malicious Code
  • Static Analysis with examples and applications
  • Dynamic Analysis examples and applications
  • Chris Newman, Security Manager at VMware for Malware Analysis by using IDA Pro

Blockchain with Cryptography, June 25, 2020 (Thursday)

Speaker: Dr.Gokay Saldamli

  • Low-Complexity Hashing for Bloackchains
  • IoT security & lightweight crypto
  • Static Analysis with examples and applications
  • Format Preserving Encryption
  • Advanced Cryptography
  • Jackson D. Blazensky, Blockchain Protocol Researcher at The Graph.

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