The Network SystEm Security & PrivAcy (NESA) Research Lab, directed by Dr. Shouling Ji, works at the intersection of the network systems, data analytics, and information security fields. The lab seeks to develop theories, techniques, and systems to enable a more secure and efficient network infrastructure, with computer systems that are more accountable and less vulnerable to attacks and abuse.
Our current research focuses on four areas: (1) Data-Driven Security, (2) Privacy, (3) Network Security, and (4) System Security.
09/12/2017 - Dr. Xuhong Zhang from University of Central Florida (UCF) visited the NESA Lab.
09/11/2017 - Our paper "PBUF: Sharing Buffer to Mitigate Flooding Attacks" was accepted by ICPADS 2017 and our paper "Blind De-anonymization Attacks using Social Networks" was accepted by WPES 2017 (in conjunction with ACM CCS 2017).
08/01/2017 - Dr. Ting Wang from Lehigh University visited the NESA Lab.
NESA Lab looks for highly motivated undergrads, grads, and postdocs to join the group. If you are interested in our research, please come to visit our lab and/or send us your resume.
machine learning security and privacy, adversarial learning, and sensitive data driven security problemsread more
big data privacy, system privacy, privacy enhancing technologies.read more
passwords, network protocol security and analysis.read more
vulnerability mining, ICS security, smart device security.read more