Nearly 250 students registered for the class, which had lectures focused on strategy, calculating odds, and Machiavellian maneuvers and ended with a home tournament.
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Johns Hopkins computer scientists Matt Green and Avi Rubin discuss the cyberattack holding computers hostage around the world.
Avi Rubin, a computer security expert at Johns Hopkins University, joined Public Radio International’s ‘Science Friday’ program last week for a discussion about the security of U.S. voting systems.
- Ph.D. 1994, University of Michigan
- Other Master's Degree (M.S.E.) 1991, University of Michigan
- B.S. 1989, University of Michigan
- Systems and networking security, with special attention to computer privacy
- PET Award for Outstanding Research in Privacy Enhancing Technologies for Security Analysis of a Cryptographically-Enabled RFID Device (with Stephen C. Bono - Matthew Green - Ari Juels - Adam Stubblefield - Michael Szydlo).
- 2011: Senior Member of ACM
- 2010: 2003 Baltimorean of the Year - Baltimore Magazine - January - 2004.
- 2010: 2005 Best Student Paper Award at the 14th USENIX Security Symposium - Security Analysis of a Cryptographically-Enabled RFID Device (with Stephen C. Bono - Matthew Green - Ari Juels - Adam Stubblefield - Michael Szydlo).
- 2010: Fulbright Fellowship for Sabbatical
- 2009: Google Research Award of $60 - 000
- 2008: Chosen as one of 54 favorite people - places and things in Jewish Baltimore - Baltimore Jewish Times - February 22 - 2008.
- 2004: Electronic Frontiers Foundation - Pioneer award
- "Taking Two-Factor to the Next Level: Protecting Online Poker, Banking, Healthcare and Other Applications", Annual Computer Security Applications Conference. New Orleans, LA. December 10, 2014
- "Understanding Computer Security in Today's World", Har Sainai Technology Committee. Har Sainai synagogue in Owings Mills, MD. November 11, 2014
- "Computer Security in the Real World", Wealth Management Conference. Panama City, PanamA. September 19, 2014
- "Security of embedded devices", Pentagon Briefing. Pentagon building. January 15, 2014
- Rushanan, M., Rubin, A., Kune, D. F., Swanson, C. M. (2014). SoK: Security and Privacy in Implantable Medical Devices and Body Area Networks.
- Martin, P. D., Rushanan, M., Checkoway, S., Rubin, A., Green, M. (2013). Classifying Network Protocol Implementation Versions: An OpenSSL Case Study. Johns Hopkins University Department of Computer Science. (13-01).
- Garman, C., Green, M., Miers, I., Rubin, A. (2014). Rational Zero: Economic Security for Zerocoin with Everlasting Anonymity. 1st Workshop on Bitcoin Research.
- Rubin, A. (2014). Taking two-factor to the next level: protecting online poker, banking, healthcare and other applications. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference. 1–5.
- Rushanan, M., Rubin, A., Kuhn, D. F., Swanson, C. M. (2014). Security and Privacy in Implantable Medical Devices and Body Area Networks. IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy.