Author Archives: Cesar Pereida-Garcia

ACSAC ’18 in Puerto Rico

Hey there! At the beginning of this month, three members of the NISEC group (Nicola, Sohaib and I) traveled to Puerto Rico to escape kaamos present our paper “Side-Channel Analysis of SM2: A Late-Stage Featurization Case Study”. In our paper we … Continue reading

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Training School @ Azores

Hello terve moi everybody! This year, we (the “Pervs” as we call ourselves) went to Azores for a training school. The Training School on Cryptanalysis of Ubiquitous Computing Systems took place in São Miguel, Azores. The training focus was on theoretical … Continue reading

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When Crypto meets the Real World: Summer School in Real-World Crypto and Privacy

As member of the security group working on crypto, we had the opportunity to travel to Sibenik in Croatia for vacations to the summer school in real-world cryptography and privacy. The summer school was packed with beer, cherries, lectures and talks … Continue reading

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The newest *PhD* acquisition to the team

Moi kaikille! I am César, THE newest (maybe?) PhD student starting at Pervasive Computing, I am working on side-channel analysis and cryptography under Prof. Billy. My objective is to break things and then fix them – hopefully, security related. I … Continue reading

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