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IFS TC Webinar: 8 December 2021, by Teddy Furon

IEEE SPS IFS TC Webinar
(Organized by the IEEE SPS Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee (IFS TC))

Title: : Is Machine Learning Security IFS-Business as Usual?
Date: 8 December 2021
Time: 08:20 AM ET (New York time)
Duration: Approximately 1 Hour
Presenter: Teddy Furon

Register for the webinar to acquire Zoom link!

This SPS-IFS Webinar Series will be offered to multiple time zones.

Each webinar speaker will give a lecture, which is followed by Q&A and discussions. The speaker on 8 December 2021 is Dr. Teddy Furon, so register now!

About the topic:

The talk conveys a vision of Machine Learning Security based on Information Forensics and Security. In a nutshell, the IFS community protects three cardinal values (confidentiality, integrity, and property) of informative
content, be it a transmitted signal (physical layer), an image (watermarking), or some text (fake news detection), for instance. To what extend can we cast this framework onto Machine Learning? We will see that it makes sense for some scenarios (where we briefly summarize the state-of-the-art) although not covering all threats on Machine Learning.

About the presenter:

Teddy Furon

Teddy Furon received the DEA degree (M.Sc.) in digital communication in 1998 and the Ph.D. degree in signal and image processing in 2002, both from Telecom ParisTech. 

Currently, he is a researcher employed by INRIA, with the LinkMedia team headed by Laurent Amsaleg. His fields of interest are digital watermarking, passive fingerprinting (a.k.a., traitor tracing), security of Content Based Image Retrieval and more broadly security issues related to multimedia content. From 1998 to 2001, he was a research engineer in the Security Lab of THOMSON multimedia, Rennes, France, working on digital watermarking in the framework of copy protection. He continued working in this field as a postdoctoral researcher at the TELE Lab of the Universite Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la Neuve, Belgium. From September 2008 to January 2010, he worked in the Security Labs of Technicolor.

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