Brendan D Saltaformaggio

Brendan D Saltaformaggio

Brendan D Saltaformaggio

Brendan D Saltaformaggio

Brendan D Saltaformaggio

Brendan D Saltaformaggio

Brendan D Saltaformaggio

Dr. Brendan Saltaformaggio is an Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech, with a courtesy appointment in the School of Computer Science. His research interests lie in computer systems security, cyber forensics, and the vetting of untrusted software.

Y. Kwon, B. Saltaformaggio, I. L. Kim, K. H. Lee, X. Zhang, and D. Xu, “A2C: Self destructing exploit executions via input perturbation,” Proceedings of Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS’17), 2017.

B. Saltaformaggio, R. Bhatia, X. Zhang, D. Xu, and G. G. Richard III, “Screen after previous screens: Spatial-temporal recreation of android app displays from memory images,” Proceedings of USENIX Security Symposium (Security’16), 2016.

B. Saltaformaggio, H. Choi, K. Johnson, Y. Kwon, Q. Zhang, X. Zhang, D. Xu, and J. Qian, “Eavesdropping on fine-grained user activities within smartphone apps over encrypted network traffic,” Proceedings of USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies (WOOT’16), in conjunction with Security’16), 2016.

B. Saltaformaggio, R. Bhatia, Z. Gu, X. Zhang, and D. Xu, “GUITAR: Piecing together android app GUIs from memory images,” Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS’15), 2015, Best Paper Award.

Z. Deng, B. Saltaformaggio, X. Zhang, and D. Xu, “iRiS: Vetting private API abuse in iOS applications,” Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS’15), 2015.

B. Saltaformaggio, R. Bhatia, Z. Gu, X. Zhang, and D. Xu, “VCR: App-agnostic recovery of photographic evidence from android device memory images,” Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS’15), 2015.

B. Saltaformaggio, Z. Gu, X. Zhang, and D. Xu, “DSCRETE: Automatic rendering of forensic information from memory images via application logic reuse,” Proceedings of USENIX Security Symposium (Security’14), 2014, Best Student Paper Award.

Dr. Bignardi obtained both his M.S. degree in Physics and his Ph.D. degree in Earth Sciences from the University of Ferrara (Italy).

During his Ph.D., he had multiple collaborations with the Georgia Institute of Technology where he spent a year as a visiting student in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

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