He is a PhD student in Computer Science. His current research focuses on the reverse engineering for the security of IoT devices and building an intelligent dynamic analysis tool on the top of existing static/dynamic analysis security tools. His PhD thesis is based on developing a phishing prevention solution by fingerprinting visiting websites with machine learning processes of the collected features.
and Sanchari Das.
A Call for a New Privacy and Security Regime for IoT Smart Toys.
In IEEE Conference on Dependable and Secure Computing (IEEE DSC 2022),
and L. Jean Camp.
Building an Authentication Infrastructure — Designing a Two Factor Authentication Hardware Token with Form Factor that Encourages Engagement.
In TPRC 2022: The 50th Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy,
Social Science Research Network.
and L Jean Camp.
IoT Marketplace: Willingness-To-Pay vs. Willingness-To-Accept.
In Proceedings of the 20th Annual Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2021),
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