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Artificial Intelligence-Assisted Edge Computing for Wide Area Monitoring

July 7, 2023
Bin Hu, Hamid Gharavi
The massive digital information generated in conjunction with the ever-increasing phasor measurement data in the power grid has led to a tremendous constraint on the analysis and timely processing of real-time data. Under these conditions, leveraging

Security Analysis of Trust on the Controller in the Matter Protocol

June 11, 2023
Anoop Singhal, Shaswat Kumar, Francis Ha, Ximming Ou
Matter is an open-source connectivity standard for the purpose of allowing smart home IoT devices from different vendors to interoperate with one another. A controller in a Matter system commissions new devices into the Matter fabric. The device needs to

IEEE 802.11bf: Enabling the Widespread Adoption of Wi-Fi Sensing

May 31, 2023
Tanguy Ropitault, Steve Blandino, Anirudha Sahoo, Nada T. Golmie
In recent years, Wi-Fi has been shown to be a viable technology to enable a wide range of sensing applications, and Wi-Fi sensing has become an active area of research and development. Due to the significant and growing interest in Wi-Fi sensing, Task

Recommendations for Federal Vulnerability Disclosure Guidelines

May 24, 2023
Kim B. Schaffer, Peter Mell, Hung Trinh, Isabel Van Wyk
Receiving reports on suspected security vulnerabilities in information systems is one of the best ways for developers and services to become aware of issues. Formalizing actions to accept, assess, and manage vulnerability disclosure reports can help reduce

Guidelines for Managing the Security of Mobile Devices in the Enterprise

May 17, 2023
Murugiah Souppaya, Gema Howell, Karen Scarfone, Joshua Franklin, Vincent Sritapan
Mobile devices were initially personal consumer communication devices, but they are now permanent fixtures in enterprises and are used to access modern networks and systems to process sensitive data. This publication assists organizations in managing and

Phishing With a Net: The NIST Phish Scale and Cybersecurity Awareness

April 25, 2023
Shanee Dawkins, Jody Jacobs
Orienting an entire organization toward sound security practices is an important, but non-trivial undertaking. A starting point for many organizations is to build a robust security awareness program, training employees to recognize and respond to security

Noise-resilient deep tomographic imaging

April 24, 2023
Zhen Guo, Zhiguang Liu, George Barbastathis, Qihang Zhang, Michael Glinsky, Bradley Alpert, Zachary H. Levine
X-ray tomography is a non-destructive imaging technique that reveals the interior of an object from its projections at different angles. Under limited-angle and low-photon sampling, a regularization prior is required to retrieve a high-fidelity

Heartbleed Revisited: Is it just a Buffer Over-Read?

April 1, 2023
Irena Bojanova, Carlos Eduardo Cardoso Galhardo
In this work, we examine in detail the weaknesses underlying the Heartbleed vulnerability and show how it may lead to private information exposure.

Static Analysis Tool Exposition (SATE) VI: Mobile Track Report

March 29, 2023
Michael Ogata
Mobile applications are pervasive in the public and private sectors. Enterprises in these sectors should evaluate the mobile applications used within their infrastructures for vulnerabilities to minimize potential risk. The SATE VI Mobile track seeks to

The Language of Trustworthy AI: An In-Depth Glossary of Terms

March 29, 2023
Daniel Atherton, Reva Schwartz, Peter Fontana, Patrick Hall
The NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) glossary of terms related to trustworthy and responsible artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) intends to promote a common understanding and effective communication among

Towards Improved Replicability of Human Studies in Human-Robot Interaction: Recommendations for Formalized Reporting

March 13, 2023
Shelly Bagchi, Patrick Holthaus, Gloria Beraldo, Emmanuel Senft, Daniel Hernandez Garcia, Zhao Han, Suresh Kumaar Jayaraman, Alessandra Rossi, Connor Esterwood, Antonio Andriella, Paul Pridham
In this paper, we present a proposed format for reporting human studies in Human-Robot Interaction (HRI). We specifically call out details which are often overlooked or left out of conference and journal papers due to space constraints, and propose a

Empirical Validation of Automated Vulnerability Curation and Characterization

February 23, 2023
Ahmet Okutan, Peter Mell, Medhi Mirakhorli, Igor Khokhlov, Joanna Santos, Danielle Gonzalez, Steven Simmons
Prior research has shown that public vulnerability systems such as US National Vulnerability Database (NVD) rely on a manual, time-consuming, and error-prone process which has led to inconsistencies and delays in releasing final vulnerability results. This
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