Researchers won Best Paper Award in ACM CODASPY 2014
A paper from researchers in Laboratory of Security Engineering for Future Computing (SEFCOM) at ASU was awarded the Best Paper Award in ACM CODASPY 2014. The award paper is "RiskMon: Continuous and Automated Risk Assessment of Mobile Applications".
Research paper has been accepted by ACM CODASPY 2014
A paper from researchers at ASU has been accepted by ACM CODASPY 2014. The paper is about Continuous and Automated Risk Assessment of Mobile Applications.
Research paper has been accepted by USENIX Security 2013
A paper from researchers in Laboratory of Security Engineering for Future Computing (SEFCOM) at ASU has been accepted with shepherd by USENIX Security 2013. The paper is about the security of Picture Gesture Authentication.
Research paper has been accepted by ESORICS 2012
A paper from researchers at ASU has been accepted by ESORICS 2012. The paper is about Systematic Analysis of Underground Social Dynamics.
Researchers won Best Paper Award at IEEE Globecom 2011
A group of ASU researchers was awarded the Best Paper Award from the Communications and System Security Symposium at Globecom 2011-IEEE Global Communications Conference. The award paper, "Authenticating Strangers in Fast Mixing Online Social Networks" authored by graduate students Xinxin Zhao and Lingjun Li, and Professor Guoliang Xue. Globecom is one of two flagship conferences of the IEEE Communications Society, with about 1,500 participants.
Certificate of this award: http://ia.asu.edu/images/GC2011-BestPaperAward.png
Students won top awards in international digital forensics science competition
A team of four ASU computer science undergraduate students has earned top awards in an international competition to test skills in digital forensics science in December 2011. Daming Chen, James Fiacco, Jose Ibarra and Christopher Thornton placed first among more than 630 teams vying for the overall award for competitors from the United States in the DC3 Digital Forensics Challenge, organized the by the U.S. Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center.
For more information: http://asunews.asu.edu/20111216_digitalforensicschallenge
ASU has been awarded NSF Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service (SFS)
The NSF SFS program provides competitive scholarships to qualified students and seeks to address the growing need for federal information assurance professionals to protect the government's critical information infrastructure. ASU, a National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Information Assurance Education and a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research (CAE-R), has been awarded this scholarship program starting 2011. The scholarships will be available for both undergraduate and graduate students at ASU who are interested in information assurance concentration programs (details can be found in the Scholarship page of this side). An information session of the ASU IA program, including the scholarship program, will be held on January 27, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. (see the home page of this site).