Graduate Research Assistant and PhD Student, University of Houston (August, 2019-Present)
Major: Computer and Information Science
Concentration: Cyber Security
Lab: Resilient Networks and Systems (RNS) Lab
Sr. Lecturer (September, 2018-July, 2019)
[Currently on Study Leave for pursuing PhD]
Lecturer (May, 2016 - August, 2018)
Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
Green University of Bangladesh
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
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I have been working as a Research Assistant and have enrolled as a Ph.D. student at the Department of Computer Science, the University of Houston since Fall-2019. My primary research interest is in Cyber Deception, IoT Security, Privacy, Data Science & ML, and the Cloud-IoT ecosystem. I started my journey in the research arena in 2016 and have been publishing my ideas and works since then.
Currently, I am researching Cyber Deception and Adversarial Reconnaissance. Now, we are working on modeling attacker behavior inside a compromised network. In another project, I have been working on IoT Remote Attestation where we have built an IoT testbed for researching software vulnerabilities, exploitation, and attestation techniques such as memory checksum, CFI, etc. We have presented the first game-theoretic analysis of remote attestation and now we are working on a multiagent learning-based model.
Before joining UH, I worked as a lecturer in the Dept. of CSE, Green University of Bangladesh. I like to collaborate with other researchers and together we have been working on projects and publications. I also like to have hands-on experiences in System Administration that made me take part in RHCSA, RHCE, Openstack, CCNA, etc vendor courses, and exams. I intend to gather more knowledge that covers the topics of DevSecOps.
News & Updates
I am going to serve as a Technical Program Committee member of the International Conference on Machine Intelligence and Emerging Technologies (MIET 2022)
I presented our paper entitled "Strategic Remote Attestation: Testbed for Internet-of-Things Devices and Stackelberg Security Game for Optimal Strategies" in the 2021 Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security.
Our paper entitled "Strategic Remote Attestation: Testbed for Internet-of-Things Devices and Stackelberg Security Game for Optimal Strategies" has been accepted in the 2021 Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security. The work was supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CNS-1850510, IIS-1905558, and ECCS-2020289 and by the Army Research Office under Grant No. W911NF1910241 and W911NF1810208.
I started a new GitHub Repository entitled CyberSecurity Concepts in Python to provide different security concepts in Python. Blog Posts are also available alongside codes. Please find the links in the README.md file. Find more posts on shantoroy.com
A Preprint entitled "Survey and Taxonomy of Adversarial Reconnaissance Techniques" has been published in the ArXiv.
I presented our work in progress (WIP Paper) entitled "WiP: Strategic Remote Attestation: Testbed for Internet-of-Things Devices and Stackelberg Security Game for Optimal Strategies" in the Hot Topics in the Science of Security, 2021.
Our paper entitled "A Privacy-preserving Mobile and Fog Computing Framework to Trace and Prevent COVID-19 Community Transmission" has been published in the IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics.