Faculty Candidate Seminar|
The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly: An Exploration of the Interplay between Networks and Malice
Michael BaileyAssociate Research Professor
University of Michigan
Tuesday, March 25, 2014|
4:00pm - 5:00pm
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About the Event
Over the last decade, my research group has extensively studied Internet threats: the nature of botnets, worms, denial-of-service, and a wide range of malware. While there's much to learn from this attack-centric viewpoint, in recent work we have focused on understanding the threat landscape through the role of networks themselves.
Michael Bailey is Research Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Network and Security Research Group at the University of Michigan. His research is focused on the security and availability of complex distributed systems. Prior to his appointment at the University of Michigan, he was the Director of Engineering Arbor Networks, a Lecturer at DePaul University, and a Programmer/Analyst at Amoco corporation. He was awarded the College of Engineering Kenneth M. Reese Outstanding Research Scientist Award in 2011, the University of Michigan Research Faculty Recognition Award in 2012, and was elevated to senior member of IEEE in 2009 and senior member of ACM in 2013. Michael received his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan in 2006.
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