Whitton Executive Series: Cyber Security

Whitton Executive Series: Cyber Security
Whitton Executive Series: The Challenge of Securing Online Accounts - a Google Perspective
Elie Bursztein leads Google's anti-abuse research, which helps protect users against cyber threats and hacks. Bursztein has contributed to applied-cryptography, machine learning for security, malware understanding and web security; authoring more than fifty research papers in teh field for which he was awarded five best papers awards and multiple industry distinctions. Most recently, he was involved in finding the first SHA-1 collision. Prior to Google, he was a post-doctoral fellow with Stanford University's Security Laboratory. A native of Paris, France, he received a Ph.D. from ENS-Cachan in 2008. He now lives with his wife in Mountain View, California.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
Macfeat House, adjacent to Thurmond Building and Vivian M. Carroll Hall

Whitton Auditorium in Vivian M. Carroll Hall, adjacent to Thurmond Building

To learn more about Elie, visit his website: https://elie.net
For additional information contact Celeste Tiller at (803) 323-2504 or tillerc@winthrop.edu