Technical Director, Symantec Research Labs
Oct. 26th, 2018, 11am-12pm, DBH 4011
Observing Cyber Threats in New Habitats
As software systems expand into new areas of our lives, and as their designs
evolve over time, cyber threats also expand their methods and reach. The
Internet of Things, the shift to cloud computing, and ubiquitous encryption
of network traffic all complicate the job of defending against threats. I
will discuss a few ongoing projects within Symantec Research Labs that
tackle new challenges that have arisen in securing this shifting landscape.
Dr. Marino's research strives to help developers build secure software and
systems. Since joining Symantec Research Labs in 2011, he has worked in a
variety of areas including secure cloud computing, analysis of software
vulnerabilities, and mobile device security. Prior to joining Symantec, Dr.
Marino did his graduate work at UCLA in the area of Programming Languages and
Systems, which was recognized with the ACM SIGPLAN Outstanding Doctoral