Our paper, “Causal Analysis for Software-Defined Networking Attacks,” has been accepted to the 30th USENIX Security Symposium (Security’21)! This is the third and final piece of Ben Ujcich’s dissertation, all of which appeared in the Top 4 security conferences. Congratulations to Professor Ujcich, who is now in his first year as an Assistant Professor at Georgetown!
07 Dec 2020
Pubali Datta has been selected to participate in the 2020 Rising Stars Program! Participants are selected based on academic excellence, interest in a faculty career in the EECS discipline, and commitment to advancing equity and inclusion. This year’s event is being hosted virtually by the Berkeley EECS Department. Congrats Pubali!
08 Oct 2020
“Three of our papers have been accepted for publication at the 2020 Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC’20):
- This is Why We Can't Cache Nice Things: Lightning-Fast Threat Hunting using Suspicion-Based Hierarchical Storage
- On the Forensic Validity of Approximated Audit Logs
- Workflow Integration Alleviates Identity and Access Management in Serverless Computing
Congratulations to our lead student authors: (1) Wajih Ul Hassan, Klaus Zou, Dawei Wang, (2) Noor Michael, Jaron Mink, Jason Liu, Sneha Gaur, (3) Arnav Sankaran, and Pubali Datta!”
17 Aug 2020
Our paper, “Logging to the Danger Zone: Race Condition Attacks and Defenses on System Audit Frameworks,” has been accepted to the 27th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS’20)! Congrats to our lead author Riccardo Paccagnella!
28 Jul 2020