SPECIAL REPORT: When Malware Attacks (includes video interview). Fox 54 (WTVM), July 11, 2013
IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security is a flagship journal within the Security community, likely one of the best.
Prof. Saxena (PI) awarded $150,000 in research funding from Cisco Systems to launch a new project on Voice-over-IP secure communications, specifically “Establishing Peer-to-Peer Secure VoIP Connections.” This is a joint project with Prof. Bangalore (Co-PI) @CCL lab.
News story on our AsiaCCS’13 paper: UAB research finds new channels to trigger mobile malware
We have explored out-of-band channels for years in our secure device pairing project. This is a new twist…
The Springer’s International Journal of Information Security (IJIS) is a reputed venue publishing strong contributions to security and cryptography research.
Spies Like Us: Putting a New Spin on Computer Security, by Matt Windsor (UAB Magazine)
On Your Side: New UAB app defends against malware, by Ronda Robinson (interview aired at 5pm 3/14/13)
UAB has a story, been picked up by other media outlets, based on our Tap-Wave-Rub paper to appear at WiSec’13: UAB develops a simple defense for complex smartphone malware, by Kevin Storr.
13 Investigates: WiFi thieves, by Linda White, NBC 13
Mobile device credit/debit card readers are an emerging platform with already an enormous market. However, are these secure? What are the users’ security and privacy perceptions of these technologies? http://spies.cis.uab.edu/mobile-payment-platform-security/