February 2023

 Our journal paper on Protecting 5G Sidelink Scheduling in C-V2X is accepted to appear in IEEE TWC. (Congrats to Geoff!)

February 2023

Dr. Rahbari received NSF CAREER Award ($600K) to investigate Reliable and Quantum-resistant Connected Vehicle Security!

February 2023

Naureen accepted an internship offer from Modern Hire to join them in Summer 2023 as a Data Science Intern.

August 2022

Our paper on Wi-Fi security and formal analysis is accepted to appear in IEEE CNS'22 conference. (Congrats to Naureen!)

August 2022

Two papers on spectrum sharing security (one related to connected vehicle security) accepted to appear in IEEE GLOBECOM'22 conference (congrats to Sid!).

July 2022

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cited our work on post-quantum (PQ) security for V2V, presented at the Third PQC Standardization Conference in June 2021, as a factor in their choices for PQ digital signature algorithms to be standardized. The full NIST report is available here

June 2022

Our $650K NSF ATE grant for Improving and Modernizing Training and Education for Machining Workforce is awarded! It is collaboration among two RIT colleges and Monroe Community College.

May 2022

Geoff accepted an internship offer from Modern Hire to join them in Summer 2022 as a Data Science Intern.

December 2021

Our paper, "Vehicle-to-Nothing? Securing C-V2X Against Protocol-Aware DoS Attacks," was accepted to appear in the IEEE INFOCOM 2022 conference. Congratulations Geoff!

August 2021

Geoff Twardokus is now a PhD student in WISP lab after successfully defending his Master's thesis.

June 2021

Our 3rd US patent application "A Method for Exploiting Preamble Waveforms to Support Device and Network Functionalities in Wireless Systems" was granted by USPTO.

May 2021

Two papers, one on connected vehicles security and one on preamble embedding in MIMO, accepted to appear in ACM WiSec'21 conference (congrats to Sid!) and IEEE TMC, respectively.

  • April 28, 2021

    aerial view of several brick buildings on RIT's campus.

    Cybersecurity complex open for business

    The cyber pandemic is just one of many cybersecurity issues that RIT experts are working to address in the new Global Cybersecurity Institute (GCI). Late last fall, the GCI opened the doors to its 52,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility on campus. With the institute, RIT is on its way to becoming one of the best places in the world for cybersecurity education, training, and research.