Thursday May 4, 2017 | Time: 9:30 – 10:00Bio: Carlos Rozas is a Principal Engineer in the Security & Privacy Research lab at Intel. He is one of the primary architects for “Intel® SGX” and leads the Cloud Security research team at Intel Labs. Carlos has 20+ years of research experience in various areas of security, e.g. Trusted Execution Environments (TEE), Virtualization, Runtime Integrity, and Content Protection. He has been granted 38 patents and co-authored several research papers. Carlos received a MS in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan and is a member of ACM.
Abstract: As the Internet of Things (IOT), 5G, Machine Learning, and Cloud Computing reshape the technology landscape, the notion of end-to-end security is becoming a major concern. Specifically in the Datacenter, we are seeing the integration of new forms of accelerators and compute which extend the threat profile. This talk will review the emerging Cloud and Datacenter landscape, the associated security research challenges, and the implications of delivering Hardware based security solutions.