Drexel University Researchers Win UbiSec 2022 Best Paper Award

Drexel University’s College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) is proud to announce that Drexel faculty members and a student won the UbiSec 2022 Best Paper Award for a co-authored study.

The paper, titled "System Call Processing Using Lightweight NLP for IoT Behavioral Malware Detection," won one of the three best paper awards recognized by UbiSec 2022 (Dec. 28 to 31, 2022). The paper was co-authored by PhD in Computer Science candidate John Carter; Auerbach Berger Endowed Chair in Cybersecurity and Distinguished Professor of Computer Science Spiros Mancoridis, PhD; Post-Doctoral Researcher Malvin Nkomo; Drexel University Vice Provost for Undergraduate Curriculum and Education Steven Weber, PhD; and E. Warren Colehower Endowed Chair Professor in Electrical & Computer Engineering and Associate Dean for Enrollment Management and Graduate Education Kapil R. Dandekar, PhD.

The UbiSec 2022 conference was the second event in the series of conferences devoted to security, privacy, and anonymity in cyberspace, physical world, and social networks. The Conference provides a forum for world-class researchers to gather and share their research achievements, emerging ideas and trends in the highly challenging research fields.

Drexel’s CCI contributes to theory and practice along dimensions that include technical, human, organizational, policy and societal considerations. This broad perspective positions the College to address the complex, multi-disciplinary problems that are increasingly common as society becomes more dependent on information technology. CCI offers a number of academic options within the cybersecurity field, such as the BS in Computing & Security Technology, the MS in Computing Security and Privacy, and a Graduate Certificate in Computing Systems Security and Privacy.

The UbiSec 2022 conference was the second event in a series of conferences devoted to security, privacy and anonymity in cyberspace, the physical world and social networks. The Conference covered many dimensions including security algorithms and architectures, privacy-aware policies, regulations and techniques, anonymous computation and communication, encompassing fundamental theoretical approaches, practical experimental projects, and commercial application systems for cyberspace, the physical world and social networking systems. Learn more on UbiSec's website at ubisecurity.org.

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