Assured Processing through Obfuscation
Sergey Panasyuk - Air Force Research Laboratory
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AbstractIn this seminar, an Obfuscation Module is discussed. This module provides a means to perform computation on untrusted computing systems while maintaining the confidentiality and integrity of the information. Being able to do so not only enables assured processing, such as running a program with certain assurances that the algorithm will remain protected, but it can also increase the defensive posture of cyber systems. When an executable is requested by the operating system, the module will apply obfuscation techniques to repackage it. Once repackaged, it will send the new executable to the host system. In this way, the untrusted system will never have access to the original executable image but a convoluted equivalent of it, protecting the confidentiality of the image and the algorithm which it implements, since it is cost prohibitive to unscramble the available executable.
About the SpeakerSergey Panasyuk is employed as a Computer Scientist at the Air Force Research Laboratory's Information Directorate in Rome NY. He joined AFRL in 2008 and is assigned to the Computing Architectures Branch (AFRL/RITA). In his current position; Sergey focuses on research and development of technologies related to the application of advanced computing to Information Assurance and Trusted Computing. Sergey has more than nine years of professional experience as embedded system developer.
Sergey received his Bachelor of Science in Computer/Information Science with Minor in Mathematics from SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica/Rome in 2002. In 2008 he received Master of Science in Computer/Information Science from the same institution.
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