THE SYSTEMS & INTERNET SECURITY LAB AT UIC

We conduct research on a wide range of topics on systems and Internet security to develop techniques and tools aimed at prevention and detection of cyber attacks.

NEWS & EVENTS

Mon 20 Aug 2018
Paper receives Distinguished Paper Award at the 27th USENIX Security Symposium! .

Thu 11 May 2017
Paper accepted at the 2017 USENIX Security Symposium! .

Mon 17 Apr 2017
Paper accepted at IEEE/IFIP DSN2017 .

Tue 30 Aug 2016
Best Paper Award! .

Tue 09 Aug 2016
Paper to appear in ACM CCS'16 .

See news archive.

RESEARCH AREAS

Web Security: We focus on vulnerability analysis and detection of web applications using static and dynamic code analysis, formal methods, and ideas from compilers and OSs.

Mobile Security: We focus on vulnerability analysis of mobile apps and mobile malware analysis.

Cybercrime: We focus on automated analysis of for-crime software to understand their behavior and build effective defenses.

Advanced Persistent Threats: We investigate robust techniques to analyze and detect advanced persistent threats.

PROJECTS

MALDIVES: Developing a Comprehensive Understanding of Malware Delivery Mechanisms.

MARPLE: Mitigating APT Damage by Reasoning with Provenance in Large Enterprise Networks.

ESP-IGERT: Electronic Security and Privacy: Technological, Human, Enterprise and Legal Considerations.

CSFV: Crowd Sourced Formal Verification.

See all projects.