CyberViz Research Lab
Cyber Security and Security Visualization
The CyberViz Laboratory at the TSU Interdisciplinary Graduate Engineering Research Institute (TIGER) of Tennessee State University has been established to be one of the leading laboratories in research and education of cyber security and security visualization. The CyberViz laboratory includes strong and diverse expertise as well as state-of-the-art facilities to address critical cyber security and visualization problems of high societal-impact. The CyberViz offers a unique environment to facilitate joint R&D programs with government agencies, academia, and industry. The main objective of CyberViz is to enable assurable and usable security and privacy for smart open society by making cyber defense
- and automated.
CyberViz includes many faculties from various departments at TSU and external collaborators who cover a wide range of cyber security expertise including:
- intrusion detection,
- anomaly detection,
- cloud auditing,
- threat/fault diagnosis,
- risk management,
- applied cryptology,
- DB security,
- wireless security,
- data mining,
- and visualization.
Our research application domains range from data, applications, end-systems and network security, to critical infrastructure monitoring and protection.
The CyberViz laboratory provides an excellent research and education environment through seminars, mentoring, and labs and test beds, which attract many
- and undergraduate students
to pursue rigorous research.
Support & Acknowledgements
The previous and current research in the CyberViz laboratory has been supported in part by NSF, DHS, DOE, AFRL, TBR, and TSU.
- Ms. Hellen Maziku passed her Ph.D. Comprehensive Qualifying Exam and is officially admitted as a Ph.D. candidate
- Ms. Asmah Muallem's research paper entitled "Visualizing IP Geolocation of spam Email" was accepted at the IEEE Computers, Communication and IT Applications Conference
- Mr. Waled Tayib, Mr. Benjamin Morton, and Mr. Husam Adas will present their research results at the NSF Emerging Researchers National Conference
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