Jaejong Baek

Welcome, ^^

I am Dr. Jaejong Baek (aka, JJ) , working for Center for Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics(CDF) at GSI at KED at Arizona State University as an Assistant Research Scientist. I received Ph.D. and M.S. from Yonsei University. I had worked for the ROK Navy as a cybersecurity officer for 20 years. My research topic focuses on security and privacy on mobile and wireless network security systems like Cellular (4G/5G), SDN, Blockchain, AR/VR, and digital forensics.

Our two posters and one conference paper have been published: Poster: DyPolDroid: User-Centered Counter-Policies Against Android Permission-Abuse Attacks,Poster: Preventing Spatial and Privacy Attacks in Mobile Augmented Reality Technologies- 2021 IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy (EuroS&P),

DyPolDroid: Protecting Users and Organizations from Permission-Abuse Attacks in Android - SKM 2021 (International Conference on Secure Knowledge Management).

Our paper has been accepted to Applied Energy, titled as "A Secure Distributed Ledger for Transactive Energy: The Electron Volt Exchange" in November 2020.( Impact Factor: 8.848)

Our paper has been accepted to HICSS-54 (Jan. 4, 2021), titled "MuTent: Dynamic Android Intent Protection with Ownership-Based Key Distribution and Security Contracts". (Nominated for Best Paper Awards)

Our team (Jaejong Baek Ph.D. & Sukwha Kyung led by Gail-Joon Ahn Ph.D.) was recognized as the Most Innovative Capability in the Blockchain Innovation Challenge hosted by ASURE. The title of the project is "Cryptographic Key Management System using a Distributed Shared Ledger". (Pending patent, 62/912,985 Oct. 10, 2019 )

Our paper "Wi Not Calling: Practical Privacy and Availability Attacks in Wi-Fi Calling " has been accepted in ACSAC ’18, December 3–7, 2018, San Juan, PR, USA. In this paper, we analyze the security of Wi-Fi Calling specifications and discover several vulnerabilities that allow an adversary to track the location of users and perform DoS attacks.

Now I am researching for 4G/5G/SDN vulnerabilities regarding privacy or integrity issues and Blockchain technology in a physical system like an energy power system. I also advise the Blockchain club at ASU.

Welcome any questions and comments whenever*^^*.

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