Kaspersky’s American Cup at the School of Engineering CSAW

Congratulations to the 2011 Winners!

Kaspersky’s American Cup at the School of Engineering CSAW

  • Ang Cui, Columbia University: Killing the Myth of Cisco IOS Diversity: Recent Advances in Reliable Shellcode Design
  • Timothy Vidas, Carnegie Mellon University: Towards a General Collection Methodology for Android Devices
  • Jeyavijayan Rajendran, the School of Engineering: Processor Encryption: Towards More Secure and Reliable Processors
  • Napa Sae-Bae, the School of Engineering: Biometric-Rich Gestures: A Novel Approach to Authentication on Multi-touch Devices

Congratulations to the 2011 Finalists!

Kaspersky’s American Cup at the School of Engineering CSAW

  • "Towards a General Collection Methodology for Android Devices"
    Timothy Vidas, Carnegie Mellon University
  • "Measuring and Analyzing Search-Redirection Attacks in the Illicit Online Prescription Drug Trade"
    Leontiadis Nektarios, Carnegie Mellon University, Wesley College
  • "Botnet Traffic Detection"
    Chen Lu, Clemson University
  • "Detecting Traffic Snooping in Tor Using Decoys"
    Sambuddho Chakravarty, Columbia University
  • "Killing the Myth of Cisco IOS Diversity:Recent Advances in Reliable Shellcode Design"
    Ang Cui, Columbia University
  • "USBSec: A Defense to the Ghost in Your Pocket"
    Wang Zhaohui, George Mason University
  • "Digging up Social Structures from Documents on the Web"
    Eleni Gessiou, Institute of Computer Science Foundation for Research and Technology
  • "Beyond Dynamic Integrity Checking"
    Kanuparthi Arun Karthik, NYU Poly
  • "Biometric-Rich Gestures: A Novel Approach to Authentication on Multi-touch Devices"
    Napa Sae-Bae, NYU Poly
  • "Efficient Sensor Fingerprint Matching Through Fingerprint Quantization"
    Sevinc Bayram, NYU Poly
  • "Estimating Age Privacy Leakage in Online Social Networks"
    Ratan Dey, NYU Poly
  • "Processor Encryption: Towards More Secure and Reliable Processors"
    Jeyavijayan Rajendran, NYU Poly
  • "Detecting Algorithmically Generated Malicious Domain Names"
    Sandeep Yadav, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A&M University
  • "Static Detection of Access Control Vulnerabilities in Web Applications"
    Fangqi Sun, Liang Xu, University of California, Davis
  • "Semantic Based Policy Management for Cloud Computing Environment"
    Takabi Hassan, University of Pittsburgh, School of Information Sciences

Conference Schedule

View the latest schedule for the Kaspersky American Cup.

Open to: all bachelor's, master's and doctoral students in the U.S.
Registration & Submission Deadline: October 10, 2011

Register for free to attend the conference.

Read more at the School of Engineering news site.

This inspirational conference brings together students, experts, scientists and researchers in a collaborative environment to present and discuss issues relating to cybercrime. To participate in the conference and Kaspersky’s American Cup at the School of Engineering CSAW, potential attendees must submit research on the topic of “Cyber Security” via the Kaspersky site. Selected authors will be invited to attend the conference and are automatically entered in the challenge and asked to present their papers. Kaspersky’s American Cup at the School of Engineering CSAW begins November 9 and continues through throughout CSAW, November 10-11.

Prizes

Winning submissions will be invited to attend the 2012 Kaspersky International Cup of the IT Security Conference for Young Professionals, which will take place in Europe in May 2012. Additionally, winners will receive cash prizes.

Cash prizes for winners:

  • 1st place: $1,500
  • 2nd place: $1,000
  • 3rd place: $750

Travel Grants

Expenses for your travels and accommodation will be paid for by Kaspersky Lab.

Rules, Judging Criteria and Conference Topics:

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