GCCIS team presents at security symposium

Nate Mathews, computing and information sciences Ph.D. student; Mohammad Saidur Rahman, Ph.D. candidate in computing and information sciences; and Matthew Wright, chair of the Department of Computing Security, presented “SoK: A Critical Evaluation of Efficient Website Fingerprinting Defenses” at the 44th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy on May 22 in San Francisco. The group presented along with members of University of Minnesota and Ewha Womans University. In addition, Rahman and Wright along with a member of the cybersecurity firm Mandiant presented the poster “Towards Continual Learning for Malware Classification.”

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