Update: I am no longer working at BU - as of summer 2009 I have joined MIT LL.
The courses I have taught include:
CS558 - Network Security
I am interested in various research topics in the area of information security and applied cryptography. Of particular interest to me is fault-tolerant cryptography - how cryptography can protect itself against compromises and key-exposures.
Between my post-doc and subsequent return to academia I worked for NDS
- a company which used smart-cards to provide security for
various applications (largely pay-TV).
|ACeS Reasearch Group:||I founded the Boston University Applied Crypto & e-Security (ACeS)
A reading group on Network Security and Cryptography will run under ACeS auspices. Please check that page (in particular, see the ACeS mailing list info).
|Industry Talks Series:||
I hosted Industry Talks Series (ITS)
under the auspices of the Industry Affiliation Program (IAP).
The target audience of this Series is the undergraduate and MA students, and its goal is to expose them to the challenges the industry will present to them and helping the students to better prepare for these challenges.