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CyLab Research, Again, Has Big Impact on IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy

posted by Richard Power
March 1, 2012

The 33rd annual IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy will be held from May 20th to May 23rd, 2012, in San Francisco, California. This event is one of the respected venues in the field, and once again, Carnegie Mellon University CyLab research will be prominent on the agenda.2012 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy

Seven papers authored or co-authored by CyLab researchers will be presented in the course of the three-day program:

Monday, May 21st

  • ReDeBug: Finding Unpatched Code Clones in Entire OS Distributions by Jiyong Jang, Abeer Agrawal, and David Brumley (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Formalizing and Enforcing Purpose Restrictions of Privacy Policies by Michael Carl Tschantz, Anupam Datta, and Jeannette M. Wing (Carnegie Mellon University)

Tuesday, May 22nd

  • Scalable Fault Localization under Dynamic Traffic Patterns by Xin Zhang (Carnegie Mellon University), Chang Lan (Tsinghua University), and Adrian Perrig (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Unleashing Mayhem on Binary Code by Sang Kil Cha, Thanassis Avgerinos, Alexandre Rebert, and David Brumley (Carnegie Mellon University)

Wednesday, May 23rd

  • Guess again (and again and again): Measuring password strength by simulating password-cracking algorithms by Patrick Gage Kelley, Saranga Komanduri, Michelle L. Mazurek, Richard Shay, Tim Vidas, Lujo Bauer, Nicolas Christin, Lorrie Faith Cranor, and Julio Lopez (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • LAP: Lightweight Anonymity and Privacy by Hsu-Chun Hsiao, Tiffany Hyun-Jin Kim, and Adrian Perrig (CMU), Akira Yamada (KDDI R&D), Sam Nelson and Marco Gruteser (Rutgers University), and Wei Ming (Tsinghua University)
  • Building Verifiable Trusted Path on Commodity X86 Computers by Zongwei Zhou, Virgil Gligor, James Newsome, and Jonathan M. McCune (Carnegie Mellon University)

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