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People or Pods? Tandon/Drexel team finds social media figures do not always add up

When likes and shares can be monetized, it is perhaps not surprising to find out that these digital affirmations can, and are, being manipulated. In a paper published in the proceedings of the World Wide Web conference in April, NYU Tandon professors Damon McCoy and Rachel Greenstadt, along with collaborators from Drexel University, presented the...


Summing up CSAW ’19

The 2019 CSAW finals were held November 6–8, and the latest edition of the most comprehensive student-run cybersecurity event on the planet was — yet again — one to remember. Read a complete wrap-up of the 2019 event by clicking here.


NYU Cyber Raptors Take 3rd Place in DOE CyberForce Competition.

A team of NYU Cyber Fellows was recognized for their achievements in the 2019 Department of Energy CyberForce competition, held at Brookhaven National Laboratory, in Upton, New York, from November 15-16. The team was one of seven East Coast schools that competed against each other and against teams located at nine other DOE labs across the country....


Charting a Course Through Uncertain Environments: SEA Uses Past Problems to Avoid Future Failures

P. Moore, J. Cappos, P. Frankl, and T. Wies Won Best Paper at the 30th IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering A common problem for developers is applications exhibiting new bugs after deployment. Many of these bugs can be traced to unexpected network, operating system, and file system differences that cause program executions that...


CCS Co-Chair Karri Named an IEEE Fellow

Ramesh Karri, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at NYU Tandon, has been named a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional association. Honored for his contributions and leadership in trustworthy electronic hardware, Karri is co-founder and co-chair of the NYU Center for Cybersecurity, and faculty leader...


The TUF Project Graduates Cloud Native Computing Foundation

The Update Framework (TUF), an open-source technology that secures software update systems, is the first specification and first security-focused project to graduate from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Led by CCS faculty member Justin Cappos, an associate professor of computer science and engineering at NYU Tandon School of Engineering, TUF is the first project born out...