SPERG

The System Protection and Exploitation Research Group is a multidisciplinary research group of faculty and students with computing, engineering and security focus. We are looking for stand-out graduate and undergraduate students who want to pursue research in the areas of system protection and exploitation such as software obfuscation, malware analysis and anomaly detection.







   Weekly Research Meetings:

   Every Friday,

      10:00 AM – 11:00 AM,

   Shelby Hall,

   Room 2327

 
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Our research group meets weekly and we discuss current research trends, ongoing research projects, and recent publications. Topics vary and include discussion of:

    SW/ HW Reverse Engineering

    Malware Analysis

    Virtualization

    FPGA/ASIC Security

    Watermarking

    Malware Detection

    Digital Fingerprinting

    Hardware Side Channels

    HW Integrated Security

    HW Based Malware/Vulnerabilities

         Polymorphic Variation

    Obfuscation

    Process-Level Virtualization

    SMART Grid Security

    Intrusion / Anomaly Detection

    Data Mining / Machine Learning

    Secure Voting Protocols

    Vulnerability Assessment

    Cyber Physical Systems Security

    Embedded Systems Protection

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