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.
- 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.
- PhD (2012 - Present)
- SUNY Binghamton
- BS/MS (2006 - 2011)
- Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics
4400 Vestal Pkwy E, Binghamton, NY 13902.
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