– Article on Flooding Attack Protection Architecture in Clouds accepted at the International Journal of Cloud Computing 2014.
– Our paper on “Digital Forensics in the Cloud” got published in Securing the Cloud issue of The Journal of Defense Software Engineering (CrossTalk).
– Shams Zawoad, Amit Dutta, Alan Sprague, Ragib Hasan, and Jason Britt “Phish-Net: Investigating Phish Clusters Using Drop Email Addresses”, To appear in the Proceedings of 2013 APWG eCrime Researchers Summit, San Francisco, CA, September, 2013.
– 2 papers on Supply Chain Integrity and Authentication Scheme for Blind Mobile Phone Users have been accepted as full paper in IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security, 2013.
– Amit K. Dutta and Ragib Hasan “How Much Does Storage Really Cost? Towards a Full Cost Accounting Model for Data Storage”, To appear at the 10th International Conference on Economics of Grids, Clouds, Systems, and Services (GECON), 2013.
– Shams Zawoad, Marjan Mernik, and Ragib Hasan “FAL: A Forensics Aware Language for Secure Logging “, To appear at the 4th Workshop on Advances in Programming Languages (WAPL), 2013.
– Our work on sensing-enabled channels for triggering mobile malware got huge media attention.
– 2 posters on P2PSIP and Mobile Malware have been accepted in IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy, 2013.
– Mainul Mizan, Md Lutfor Rahman, Rasib Khan, Munirul Haque, and Ragib Hasan “Accountable Proof of Ownership for Data using Timing Element in Cloud Services”, To appear at the International Symposium on Cloud Computing and Services for High Performance Computing Systems (InterCloud-HPC 2013).
– Thamar Solorio, Ragib Hasan, and Mainul Mizan “A Case Study of Sockpuppet Detection in Wikipedia”, To appear at the NAACL/HLT Workshop on Language Analysis in Social Media (LASM 2013).
-Dr. Ragib Hasan has won a 2013 Google RISE Award for his Bengali language e-learning project Shikkhok.com – one of only 30 awards given worldwide from over 800 proposals.
– Dr. Hasan received a $583,000 grant from U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to build a system for verifying the location history and chronological track of mobile devices.
– Two papers from SECRET Lab have been accepted as full paper in the 8th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS), 2013.
– Shams Zawoad and Ragib Hasan, “Towards Building Proofs of Past Data Possession in Cloud Forensics”, to appear at ASE International Conference on Cyber Security, 2012.
– Shams Zawoad and Ragib Hasan, “The Enemy Within: The Emerging Threats to Healthcare from Malicious Mobile Devices”, to appear at MobiHealth 2012.
– Dr. Hasan received CAS interdisciplinary funding for healthcare security project.
– Dr. Hasan received an AWS Education Coursework Grant from Amazon.com to support student projects in Fall 2012 course, CS691-Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing.
– Dr. Hasan’s proposal of advancing UAB’s collection on Computer Security, Digital Forensics, Mobile and Cloud Computing Security was funded through a 2012 Sterne Grant Award.
– Dr. Hasan gave a talk at CIA-JFR Cyber Summit about Mobile Malware.
– SECRETLab and CoRAL Lab @UAB received a three year award (Three hundred Ninety Three thousand USD) from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) to support their research on document signatures.
– Two new Ph.D. students, Shams Zawoad and Mainul Mizan, have joined SECRETLab.
– Research projects at the SECRETLab are funded by grants from Google and Amazon, including a 2011 Google Faculty Research Award.
– Dr. Hasan gave an invited talk on cloud security at the University of Alabama Computer Science department research colloquium.
– Dr. Hasan gave a talk at the UAB Cybersecurity Day.
– SECRETLab was founded at UAB CIS department.