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Security and Privacy

Threat analysis, database privacy, and mobile device security

We study various aspects of security related to computer systems. This includes the design of secure systems; the usability, evaluation, and certification of security products; the robustness of digital watermarking algorithms; threat analysis for open networks; and database privacy. In addition, we work on making mobile devices even more secure than they are today.



Christopher Theisen, Kim Herzig, Patrick Morrison, Brendan Murphy, and Laurie Williams, Approximating Attack Surfaces with Stack Traces, in Companion Proceedings of the 37th International Conference on Software Engineering, ACM – Association for Computing Machinery, May 2015

Arvind Arasu, Ken Eguro, Manas Joglekar, Raghav Kaushik, Donald Kossmann, and Ravi Ramamurthy, Transaction Processing on Confidential Data using Cipherbase, in 31st IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE), April 2015

Nitesh Mor, Oriana Riva, Suman Nath, and John Kubiatowicz, Bloom Cookies: Web Search Personalization without User Tracking, in Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS '15), February 2015

Lucas Silva Figueiredo, Benjamin Livshits, David Molnar, and Margus Veanes, PrePose: Security and Privacy for Gesture-Based Programming, no. MSR-TR-2014-146, 14 November 2014

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