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Murugiah Souppaya (Fed)

Computer Scientist

Publications

Hardware-Enabled Security: Container Platform Security Prototype

Author(s)
Murugiah Souppaya, Michael Bartock, Karen Scarfone, Jerry Wheeler, Tim Knoll, Uttam Shetty, Ryan Savino, Joseprabu Inbaraj, Stefano Righi
In today's cloud data centers and edge computing, attack surfaces have significantly increased, hacking has become industrialized, and most security control

Securing Small-Business and Home Internet of Things (IoT) Devices: Mitigating Network-Based Attacks Using Manufacturer Usage Description (MUD)

Author(s)
Murugiah Souppaya, Douglas Montgomery, William Polk, Mudumbai Ranganathan, Donna Dodson, William Barker, Steve Johnson, Ashwini Kadam, Craig Pratt, Darshak Thakore, Mark Walker, Eliot Lear, Brian Weis, Dean Coclin, Avesta Hojjati, Clint Wilson, Tim Jones, Adnan Baykal, Drew Cohen, Kevin Yeich, Yemi Fashima, Parisa Grayeli, Joshua Harrington, Joshua Klosterman, Blaine Mulugeta, Susan Symington, Jaideep Singh
The goal of the Internet Engineering Task Force's Manufacturer Usage Description (MUD) specification is for Internet of Things (IoT) devices to behave as

Securing Web Transactions TLS Server Certificate Management

Author(s)
Murugiah P. Souppaya, William A. Haag Jr., Mehwish Akram, William C. Barker, Rob Clatterbuck, Brandon Everhart, Brian Johnson, Alexandros Kapasouris, Dung Lam, Brett Pleasant, Mary Raguso, Susan Symington, Paul Turner, Clint Wilson, Donna F. Dodson
Transport Layer Security (TLS) server certificates are critical to the security of both internet- facing and private web services. Despite the critical
Created October 9, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021