Physical-Layer Security Nils Ole Tippenhauer

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Physical-Layer Security

The lecture will take place every Friday from 12.15-13.45pm, starting April 14. It will be taught by Nils Ole Tippenhauer. Roughly the first half will focus on physical-layer wireless security, and the second half will focus on Cyber-Physical Systems/ Industrial Control Systems security. We currently plan to have a mix of interactive lectures via Zoom, and prepared videos. In addition, there will be practical exercises using Linux w/ GNUradio and other tools.

This lecture is an advanced lecture in Physical-Layer Security. Previous knowledge from CySec1 and CySec2, or Security is recommended. While the lecture will touch physical-layer concepts such as (wireless) signals, no background in that area is assumed. The lecture will cover thee main topic areas: attacks (and countermeasures) that leverage physical channels (e.g., side-channel attacks), attacks (and countermeasures) involving wireless communications (e.g., jamming, manipulation, and forwarding), and security for cyber-physical systems (such as industrial control systems).

The lecture will be complemented by 6 exercises (details TBD). Due to related effort, this course can only accommodate up to 50 students.

There will be a final written examination with no second backup slot. The exam date is not yet determined, but likely in September 2023

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