Kama Eventi


Building Trust in the Information Age


Summer School on Computer Security & Privacy 

September 5-9, 2016 Pula, Italy


The program will cover very relevant security topics and is destined for Ph.D. students, post-docs, young researchers, senior researchers and professionals working in the field of computer security and privacy.

Program (about 28 hours)


9:00-10:30 – First morning session
10:30-11:00 – Coffee break
11:00-12:30 – Second morning session
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 – First afternoon session
15:00-15:30 – Coffee break
15:30-17:00 – Second afternoon session


  • Monday, September 5th
    • Morning: Machine Learning under Attack: Vulnerability Exploitation and Security Measures (Battista Biggio, Giorgio Giacinto)
    • Afternoon: Data Mining for Vulnerability Discovery (Fabian Yamaguchi)
  • Tuesday, September 6th
    • Morning: De-anonymization and Machine Learning’s Role in Privacy and Security (Aylin Caliskan-Islam)
    • Afternoon: Dynamic analysis of Malicious Android Apps (Lorenzo Cavallaro)
  • Wednedsday, September 7th
    • Morning: The age of human hacking (Enrico Frumento)
    • Afternoon (first session): The age of human hacking (Enrico Frumento)
    • Evening: Social Event, Dinner
  • Thursday, September 8th
    • Morning: Empirical Validation of Risk and Security Requirements Methodologies (Fabio Massacci)
    • Afternoon: Who is bad? The hard task of developing security metrics on providers and what those metrics can teach us about the interplay of crime, markets and security (Michel Van Eeten)
  • Friday, September 9th
    • Morning: Web application security: from static analysis to dynamic protections and recovery (Miguel P. Correia)
    • Afternoon (first session): The OWASP testing guide v4 (Matteo Meucci)
    • Afternoon (second session): Threat Modeling with Pasta (Marco Morana)


More info on our website

Via dei Falconi n. 45 – 09126 Cagliari – tel 070 301352 – cell. 393 9152601 – fax 1782756080
info@kamaeventi.com – www.kamaeventi.com