Eric Pauley

Eric Pauley

PhD Student & NSF Graduate Research Fellow

University of Wisconsin–Madison

Biography

I am a Ph.D. student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. I am advised by Prof. Patrick McDaniel.

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.

Email: epauley@cs.wisc.edu

Publications

(2023). The Space of Adversarial Strategies. USENIX Security 2023 (to appear).

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(2022). EIPSIM: Modeling Secure IP Address Allocation at Cloud Scale.

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(2022). Performant Binary Fuzzing without Source Code using Static Instrumentation. IEEE CNS ‘22.

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(2022). Privacy-Preserving Protocols for Smart Cameras and Other IoT Devices.

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