Eric Pauley

Eric Pauley

PhD Student & NSF Graduate Research Fellow

Pennsylvania State University

Biography

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I am a Ph.D. student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow at the Pennsylvania State University. I am advised by Prof. Patrick McDaniel in the Systems and Internet Infrastructure Security Laboratory.

My current research focuses on practical security for the public cloud. I am exploring how cloud providers can improve privacy and availability for cloud tenants and their customers. I have also done work on software security (e.g., fuzzing) and machine learning security.

Address: W378 Westgate Building, University Park, PA 16802, USA
Email: eric@pauley.me

Publications

(2022). Measuring and Mitigating the Risk of IP Reuse on Public Clouds. IEEE S&P ‘22 (to appear).

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(2022). Building a Privacy-Preserving Smart Camera System. PETS ‘22.

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(2021). On the Robustness of Domain Constraints. CCS ‘21.

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(2019). Program Analysis of Commodity IoT Applications for Security and Privacy: Opportunities and Challenges. ACM CSUR.

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