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January 8 - 10, 2020. Online, New York, USA
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Real World Crypto Symposium was aimed to bring together cryptography researchers with developers implementing cryptography in real-world systems. The conference goal was to strengthen the dialogue between these two communities. 
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Kenny Paterson

Professor Of Computer Science at ETH Zürich
My research over the last two decades has mostly been in the area of Cryptography, with a strong emphasis being on the analysis of deployed cryptographic systems and the development of provably secure solutions to real-world cryptographic problems. I co-founded the Real World Cryptography series of workshops to support the development of this broad area and to strengthen the links between academia and industry. I am co-chair of the IRTF's research group on Cryptography, CFRG. This group is working to provide expert advice to the IETF in an effort to strengthen the Internet's core security protocols.
My research on the security of TLS (the Lucky 13 attack on CBC-mode encryption in TLS and attacks on RC4) received significant media attention, helped to drive the widespread adoption of TLS 1.2.
I am lucky to have been the recipient of several prizes and awards for my research (Google Distinguished Paper Award, an Applied Networking Research Prize from the IRTF and an Award for Outstanding Research in Privacy Enhancing Technologies at CRYPTO 2014). My work with Martin Albrecht, Jean Paul Degabriele and Torben Hansen on symmetric encryption in SSH won a best paper award at ACM CCS 2016. In 2018, my work won best paper awards at CHES and IMC.
Other career highlights include being selected as Programme Chair for EUROCRYPT 2011, being an invited speaker at ASIACRYPT 2014, and becoming editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cryptology in 2017. I was made a fellow of the IACR in 2017.

Tom Ristenpart

Associate Professor at Cornell Tech and the Department of Computer Science at Cornell University
Thomas Ristenpart is an Associate Professor at Cornell Tech and in the Computer Science Department at Cornell University. Before joining Cornell Tech in May 2015, he spent four years as an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

His research spans a wide range of computer security topics, with a recent focus on cloud computing security, as well as topics in applied and theoretical cryptography.

His work has been featured in numerous publications including the New York Times, The MIT Technology Review, ABC News, and U.S. News and World Report. He completed his Ph.D. at UC San Diego in 2010.

His awards include the UC San Diego Computer Science and Engineering Department Dissertation Award, an NSF CAREER Award, the Best Paper Award at USENIX Security 2014, and a Sloan Research Fellowship.

Eyal Ronen

Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at Tel Aviv University
I’m a faculty member at Tel Aviv University’s School of Computer Science. My research interests are in cybersecurity and applied cryptography. I am interested in analyzing and designing real-world implementations of cryptographic and security protocols and primitives (both in software and in hardware). In particular, my research spans side-channel attacks (e.g., power analysis and cache attacks), cryptographic protocols (e.g., TLS and WPA3), cryptanalysis of cryptographic primitives (e.g., AES), IoT security, and password-based authentication.

I completed my Ph.D. at the Weizmann Institute of Science, where I was fortunate to have Prof. Adi Shamir as my advisor. I was then a postdoctoral researcher at Tel Aviv University’s School of Computer Science and KU Leuven’s COSIC research group hosted by Prof. Bart Preneel.
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Unlike other IACR events there were no proceedings/published papers. Talks are selected on the basis of impact on the real world (potential or current), interest to the audience, and our perceived quality of the speaker. Since 2018 the Real World Crypto Symposium is organized by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR).

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