I'm a Master's graduate working with Stefan Savage, Geoff Voelker and Kirill Levchenko. My research interests are in systems, security, and networks. I'm a member of The Center for Evidence-based Security Research, The Center for Networked Systems and The Center for Automotive Embedded Systems Security. I completed my undergrad at UCSD where I founded the undergraduate information security club Eve. I also maintain the UCSD Git server.
Lost and Found Certificates: dealing with residual certificates for pre-owned domains
ToorCon XX, September 2018
DEF CON 26, August 2018
Fast and Vulnerable: A Story of Telematic Failures
ToorCon 17, October 2015
Workshop On Offensive Technologies (WOOT), August 2015
In the Line of Fire: Risks of DPI-triggered Data Collection,
Ariana Mirian, Alisha Ukani, Ian Foster, Gautam Akiwate, Taner Halicioglu, Cynthia T. Moore, Alex C. Snoeren, Geoffrey M. Voelker, and Stefan Savage,
16th Cyber Security Experimentation and Test Workshop (CSET), Marina Del Rey, California, August 2023.
Unresolved Issues: Prevalence, Persistence and Perils of Lame Nameservers,
Gautam Akiwate, Raffaele Sommese, Mattijs Jonker, Ian Foster, Stefan Savage, Geoffrey M. Voelker, and kc Claffy,
Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (via the Internet), October 2020.
Security by Any Other Name: On the Effectiveness of Provider Based Email Security,
Ian Foster, Jon Larson, Max Masich, Alex C. Snoeren, Stefan Savage, and Kirill Levchenko,
Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, Denver, Colorado, October 2015.
From .academy to .zone: An Analysis of the New TLD Land Rush,
Tristan Halvorson, Matthew F. Der, Ian Foster, Stefan Savage, Lawrence K. Saul, and Geoffrey M. Voelker,
Proceedings of the ACM Internet Measurement Conference, Tokyo, Japan, October 2015.
Fast and Vulnerable: A Story of Telematic Failures,
Ian Foster, Andrew Prudhomme, Karl Koscher, and Stefan Savage,
Proceedings of Workshop On Offensive Technologies (WOOT), Washington, D.C, August 2015.
CSE 127 Computer Security, Fall 2014