About Me

I am a PhD student at the Department of Computer Science at SUNY Binghamton. I work at the Architecture for Security Lab. My PhD advisors are Dmitry Ponomarev and Nael Abu-Ghazaleh. I am broadly interested in cybersecurity and computer architecture. More specifically, in hardware and architectural support for security. I find the concept of isolated execution environments e.g. Intel SGX or Iso-X very intriguing and promising. My recent research was focused on side channel analysis, covert channels and protection from them in modern CPUs. Other areas of research interest include: various topics in computer architecture, high performance computing, virtualization and operating systems.

Recent News

  • Jan 28 2017 — Our paper "On the Detection of Kernel-Level Rootkits Using Hardware Performance Counters" is accepted to ASIACCS'17 and soon will be available.
  • Dec 21 2016 — I have received the 2017 Binghamton University Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Research. University-wide competition with one winner from CS in 2017.
  • Oct 25 2016 — My Jump-over-ASLR paper received a lot of media attention.
  • Oct 1 2016 — Felix Wilhelm implemented a proof-of-concept of Jump-over-ASLR.
  • Aug 20 2016 — Camera-ready version of my CCS paper (Covert channels through random number generators) is now available.



You can find me in G11, Engineering Building,
4400 Vestal Pkwy E, Binghamton, NY 13902.
Email: devtyushkin@cs.binghamton.edu [PGP Key]
Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/devtyushkin
Twitter: dimonoid