- Phinally PhinisheD!What an adventure Ph.D. has been! Last Friday, I successfully defended my doctoral dissertation entitled “Cybersecurity Games: Mathematical Approaches for Cyber Attack and Defense Modeling.” I want to thank my advisor Prof. Marten van Dijk, and my committee members Dr. Benjamin Fuller and Dr. Walter Krawec. Thank you for letting my defense be an enjoyable and […]
- Our paper is accepted for publication at the CCSW’19!Our paper called “MalPro: A Learning-based Malware Propagation and Containment Modeling” is accepted for publication at the CCSW’19. The CCSW 2019 is in conjunction with the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) November 11, 2019, London, UK. Here’s a link to the list of accepted papers!
- Successfully defended my Ph.D. Thesis Proposal!On May 10, 2019, I successfully defended my Ph.D. Thesis Proposal!I’m extremely happy and excited because as you all know the proposal is indeed an important milestone in a Ph.D. Student’s life. The title of my proposal was “A Markov-based Approach to Model Cyber Attack and Defense Games.” Here’s the abstract, just in case you […]
- Submitted two conference papers to the CCS’19 and MASCOTS’19!On May 2019, we submitted two conference papers to the CCS’19 and the MASCOTS’19! Fingers crossed!
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