Good news from the RSSLab!
January 27, 2023:
Spire 2.0 is released! This release includes two new components: Confidential Spire, and Spire for the Substation. Confidential Spire, led by Maher Khan, is the open-source release of the hybrid architecture described in our DSN 2021 paper. This architecture makes it possible to use cloud sites for resilience without exposing any application data to the cloud provider.
August 29, 2022:
Aren Alyahya and Huzaifah Nadeem have joined the RSSLab as new PhD students!
June 27, 2022:
Benjamin Gilby presents our paper “Data-Centric Analysis of Compound Threats to Critical Infrastructure Control Systems” at the DCDS 2022 workshop co-located with DSN. Check out the teaser video and full presentation!
May 4, 2022:
Our paper “Data-Centric Analysis of Compound Threats to Critical Infrastructure Control Systems” is accepted to the DCDS 2022 workshop co-located with DSN.
October 15, 2021:
Abhishek Viswanathan is awarded an $8,000 Year of Data and Society grant for his project “Enriching Citizen-Science Data Using Context, Feedback, and Community-Oriented Communication”.
June 22, 2021:
Maher Khan presents his paper “Toward Intrusion Tolerance as a Service: Confidentiality in Partially Cloud-Based BFT Systems” at DSN 2021.
May 14, 2021:
Abhishek Viswanathan is selected to participate in the Engaged Scholarship Development Initiative (ESDI) Summer Design Intensive.
April 26, 2021:
The paper “Toward Intrusion Tolerance as a Service: Confidentiality in Partially Cloud-Based BFT Systems” by Maher Khan and Amy Babay is one of three nominees for the Best Paper Award at DSN 2021.