The 13th IEEE International Symposium on Consumer Electronics
May 25-28, 2009, Mielparque-Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan

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Keynote address

Mr. Nobuyuki IDEI / Prof. Hiroshi YASUDA / Dr. Mitsuru MATSUI

Mr. Nobuyuki IDEI

Nobuyuki IDEI
Founder & CEO, Representative Director,
Quantum Leaps Corporation

Nobuyuki Idei is founder and CEO of Quantum Leaps Corporation, a management consultancy company he established in September 2006. Quantum Leaps aims to enhance Japan's competitiveness in the 21st century by supporting corporate transformation and nurturing technology-driven venture companies.
He is also chairman of the Advisory Board of Sony Corporation. For more than a decade, he was a member of top management at Sony, as president and representative director from 1995 to 1999, president and CEO from 1999 to 2000, and chairman and Group CEO from 2000 to 2005. He was chief corporate advisor from 2005 to 2007.
He currently serves as director of Accenture (since February 2006), Red Herring (since December 2006), Baidu (since June 2007) and Freebit Co., Ltd. (since June 2007).
He graduated from Waseda University with a B.A. in political science and economics and entered Sony Corporation in 1960. After two overseas stints in Switzerland, he went to France to establish and lead Sony France. Upon returning to Japan, he served as deputy senior general manager of the Video Group and senior general manager of the Home Video Group before he was appointed director in 1989 and managing director in 1994.
He was born in 1937 in Tokyo.

Prof. Hiroshi YASUDA

Hiroshi YASUDA
Professor, Tokyo Denki University

Hiroshi Yasuda received the B.E., M.E. and Dr.E. degrees from the University of Tokyo, Japan in 1967, 1969, and 1972 respectively. His study area is applied information technology. He has been involved in works on Video Coding, Image Processing, Tele-presence, B-ISDN Network and Services, Internet and Computer Communication Applications. Now he has started researches on DRM (Digital Rights Management), Network Security and "Kansei" (more human) communication. He is now advocating collaboration between Industry and Academia.

Presentation Title: Digital Content Creation/Distribution in the WEB

By the progress of broadband-ubiquitous technologies, WEB is now evolving from WEB2.0 to WEB3.0. It is predicted that WEB3.0 will be the age for the Individual, thus to establish the method how to make full use of WEB3.0 from the view point of each person/each organization is the most important and urgent subject to be considered.
Among several items in this subject, to express oneself over the WEB will be given the first priority to be studied. In this presentation, the reason why to express oneself over the WEB is important would be analyzed. Then based on this analysis, it is shown that digital motion image content will play a main role in the WEB3.0.
However, today, the digital motion image technology is not plain for everyone. To solve the situation, DMD: Digital Movie Director has been developed. This presentation explains the concept, principles, operation methods and usefulness of DMD accompanied with real demonstrations of digital motion image creation/distribution by DMD.

Dr. Mitsuru MATSUI

Mitsuru MATSUI
Information Technology R&D Center
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Mitsuru Matsui received B.S. and M.S. degrees in mathematics from Kyoto University in 1985 and 1987, respectively. He joined Mitsubishi Electric Corporation in 1987, and has been since involved in research and developments of cryptography and information security.
He invented a new cryptanalytic methodology "linear cryptanalysis" in 1993, and for the first time succeeded in breaking the former U.S. standard DES algorithm experimentally using linear cryptanalysis in 1994.
He designed block encryption algorithm MISTY in 1995, which was adopted in CRYPTREC as one of Japan's governmental recommendation ciphers in 2002, and was also adopted in ISO standard (ISO/IEC 18033-3) in 2006.
He jointly developed the KASUMI block encryption algorithm, which is based on MISTY, for the third generation mobile systems with the members of ETSI/SAGE in Europe in 1999.
He received Ichimura Industrial Award from the New Technology Development Foundation in 2003, and received the Imperial Invention Prize from Japan Institute of Invention and Innovation in 2003.
He is a member of the Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE), Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), and the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). He received Ph.D. in information science and technology from the University of Tokyo.
Presentation Title: Cryptography in Embedded Environments

This talk explores cryptographic algorithms and protocols in embedded computing environments. Cryptography is an essential technology for protecting privacy and secret information, and is now widely used in portable devices such as mobile phones and smart cards.
How to design small and low power crypto algorithms is one of the central topics in cryptography, and in addition how to protect crypto devices from cryptanalytic attacks is another big challenge, which attracts many cryptographers from both theoretical and practical points of view.
In this presentation, we begin with briefly introducing history of modern cryptography and cryptographic algorithms, and talk about software implementation techniques of cryptographic primitives for embedded environments. We then discuss recent advances of cryptanalysis methods against crypto devices called "side-channel attacks," which can extract secret information without giving any damage to the devices and hence often lead to serious threats to real-world crypto applications.
The presentation will also include how to protect embedded systems from these powerful cryptanalytic attacks.