Secure Systems and Supply Chain: Focus of 2nd CHASE Workshop

chase2The Center for Hardware Assurance, Security and Engineering (CHASE) will hold its second annual workshop on April 9-10, 2014 at the Storrs campus.  Security professionals, particularly those from industry and government, are encouraged to attend at no cost, according to CHASE Director Dr. Mark Tehranipoor, the Charles H. Knapp Associate Professor in Electrical Engineering.

The workshop venue is Rome Commons Ballroom (626 Gilbert Road Ext., Storrs CT 06269). Registration both days begins at 7:20 a.m. View the workshop schedule here.

This year’s program centers on Secure/Trustworthy Systems and Supply Chain Assurance and will feature speakers from across the private and public sectors sharing their ideas and discussing issues and innovative solutions related to hardware security and trust, counterfeit detection and prevention, security assessment, advanced track and trace methodologies, trusted system design, and electronic component supply chain security and management.  In addition to talks by leading experts, the program will include panels, posters and an open forum.

Read a news story profiling the groundbreaking 2013 workshop here.

CHASE sponsors includes leading hardware security experts from government and industry. The center develops tools and methodologies for improving the security of hardware underlying information systems, ensuring trust in the supply chain, assessing the security of electronic devices and systems, network security, data privacy, and more. Current sponsors include the U.S. Department of Defense, National Science Foundation, Army Research Office, U.S. Department of Energy, Missile Defense Agency, Honeywell, Comcast, SRC, Freescale and more.


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