School of Computer Science Now Has Eight IEEE Fellows

School of Computer Science Professors Wenke Lee and Alessandro Orso have been named IEEE fellows.

Team at Pindrop receives ‘Test of Time’ Award at ACM CCS 2020

A Georgia Tech a faculty member and an alumnus are being honored with a Test of Time Award.

Georgia Tech’s Secure and Safe Elections Research Group to Provide Live Wait Times to Fulton County Voters on Election Day

One of the early efforts of the group is to measure and report live wait times to voters at the 250 polling locations in Fulton County on election day, Nov. 3. The website will go live that day and allow users to search for a location.

Virtual Assistant Stops Robocalls

Georgia Tech researchers developed a virtual assistant that screens calls to block 97 percent of scammers.

New Tool Brings Fuzzing Approach to Memory System Security

Unlike other heap exploitation techniques that require considerable effort from the researcher, ArcHeap can autonomously explore the system.

School of Computer Science Professor Wins Award for Influential Cryptography Research

Professor Alexandra Boldyreva has won a Test of Time Award from the International Conference on Practice and Theory in Public Key Cryptography (PKC) for her work on new multi-user digital signatures.

Researchers Use Machine Learning to Fight Covid-19 Disinformation

To ensure Americans can find the most accurate information, College of Computing researchers are creating machine-learning (ML) and data science tools to help fact-checkers be more efficient.

Team IDs Real-world Vulnerabilities In Popular Browser During Premier Hackathon

A team of School of Computer Science (SCS) students came in second at Pwn2Own, one of the world’s top hacking competition.

Georgia Tech Researchers Develop New Tool to Preserve Crash Report Privacy

This is why Georgia Tech researchers created a new tool called Desensitization that generates crash reports that preserve the original error — whether a bug or attack — without exposing privacy.

Researchers Find New Security Problem in Hardware Power Systems

Passwords can be stolen just by monitoring unintentional electromagnetic emanations from a computer’s power management unit (PMU).


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