Following major revisions, we have yet-another paper accepted at NDSS’20 – “CUSTOS: Practical Tamper-Evident Auditing of Operating Systems Using Trusted Execution.” Congrats to our student authors Riccardo Paccagnella, Pubali Datta, and Wajih Ul Hassan!
02 Feb 2020
Our paper, “Valve: Securing Function Workfows on Serverless Computing Platforms,” has been accepted to the 2020 Web Conference. Congratulations to our lead author, Pubali Datta!”
11 Jan 2020
Three of our papers have been accepted for publication at the 2020 ISOC Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS’20):
- OmegaLog: High-Fidelity Attack Investigation via Transparent Multi-layer Log Analysis
- Automated Discovery of Cross-Plane Event-Based Vulnerabilities in Software-Defined Networking
- UNICORN: Runtime Provenance-Based Detector for Advanced Persistent Threats
it’s going to be an exciting time in San Diego this February! Special congratulations to our lead student authors, respectively: Wajih Ul Hassan, Benjamin Ujcich, and Michael Han (Harvard).
08 Dec 2019
Professor Bates appears in a Daily Illini article today about the dangers of widespread facial recognition. Many of the issues with social bias in face recognition, and their potential for abuse by attackers, are analogous to hose we recently explored in smart speaker technologies
06 Sep 2019