School of Computing Seminar with Hongda Li and Wenbo Ding, Clemson University
"Security for IDS virtualization and IoT physical Interaction control"
Cybersecurity researchers from around the world will hear about two separate Clemson University research projects at the 25th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, also known as ACM CCS. Wenbo Ding and Hongda Li, Ph.D. students studying under Hongxin Hu, will present their findings at the ACM CCS conference on Oct. 15-19. ACM CCS is the largest top-tier security conference. This year’s program is highly selective. Out of 809 submissions from all over the world, only 134 are accepted, with an acceptance rate of 16.6 percent. Having a paper accepted by the conference is an honor and a significant recognition of work done well.
Hongda’s paper is titled “vNIDS: Towards Elastic Security with Safe and Efficient Virtualization of Network Intrusion Detection Systems.” The paper presents the design of a new breed of intrusion detection systems, with features of flexibility and elasticity, and that are well suited to protect today’s prevailing virtualized environments, such as cloud-based data centers and edge computing environments.
Wenbo’s paper is titled “On the Safety of IoT Physical Interaction Control.” The paper proposes the first solution to identify and analyze any hidden physical interactions among emerging IoT platforms, enabling the safe control of IoT device interactions.
More details can be found here.
Friday, October 12 at 2:30pm
McAdams Hall, 119
821 McMillan Rd., Clemson, SC 29634, USA