报告人：Jun Li，Professor, Computer and Information Science, University of Oregon
时间:2017 年 12 月 19 日（周二）10:00AM
The growth of Internet of Things (IoT) faces the growing concern of cyber attacks toward IoT. Unfortunately, the constrained resources of IoT devices and their networks make many traditional attack detection methods less effective or even not applicable. In this talk, we present a framework that considers the unique properties of IoT networks. This framework, called TWINKLE, utilizes a two-mode adaptive security model to enable users to balance performance, security, and overhead. We show the efficacy of TWINKLE in two case studies that address two types of attacks in the smart home environment: sinkhole attack and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
Jun Li is a Full Professor at the University of Oregon, where he also directs the Network & Security Research Laboratory in the Department of Computer and Information Science and serves as the Founding Director of the interdisciplinary Center for Cyber Security and Privacy. He received his Ph.D. from UCLA in 2002, with Outstanding Doctor of Philosophy honor. He is a 2007 recipient of the US National Science Foundation CAREER award. In 2011 he held a "Catedra de Excelencia" (Chair of Excellence) at the Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain, and was a visiting researcher at the IMDEA Networks Institute in Spain. He has served on 70 international technical program committees, including chairing a few of them. Prof. Li is interested in networking, distributed systems, and their security. He studies not only the functioning and performance of fundamental networking functions (e.g., routing and naming), various networking paradigms (e.g., software-defined networking, Internet of Things, data center networking, peer-to-peer networking), and popular applications (e.g., online social networking), but also their problems in, or usage for, security and privacy.
NOTE: Prof. Li is also interested in talking with students who are interested in the graduate program at the University of Oregon, including--but not limited to--in pursuing a Ph.D. degree with him. Even if you are only slightly interested, please feel free to come to meet Prof. Li.