Smothered in malware. What's new?
In Spring 2017, I'll join the Division of Computer Science and Engineering and the Center for Computation and Technology (CCT) at LSU. My new email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use this email address for reaching me.
I'd like to thank Spaf for inviting me to serve on the Editorial Board of the Elsevier journal Computers and Security (COSE). I'm excited to be part of the team!
Research on our $1.2M proposal, "TWC: Medium: Collaborative: Towards a Binary-Centric Framework for Cyber Forensics in Enterprise Environments", in collaboration with Purdue, is in full swing. All the graduate student positions for this grant are currently filled--thanks for all the interest!
Andrew Case and I are very pleased to have received the Best Paper Award for our paper "Detecting Objective-C Malware Through Memory Forensics" at DFRWS 2016. Many thanks to the reviewers and to DFRWS for this honor.
The 2015 DFRWS Forensics Challenge is done and solutions and preliminary work are posted. Our hope is that this preliminary work will spur additional memory forensics research in this area.
New NSF Cyber Grant
DFRWS 2016 Best Paper
DFRWS 2015 Challenge
golden @ cct.lsu.edu