The Network Security Lab (NSL) at Columbia University's Computer Science Department is dedicated to performing cutting-edge research in critical areas of network and systems security. This research includes new methods for efficient encryption, system and network reliability, autonomic security, reactive security systems, automated patching, host-based intrusion prevention, applications of peer-to-peer networks, security and availability policy, and network intrusion detection and anomaly analysis.
- 11/20/2013: We got a paper accepted at PAM 2014!
- 11/16/2013: Vasilis Pappas won the Applied Research Challenge at CSAW 2013!
- 11/06/2013: Angelos D. Keromytis won the ACM CCS 2013 Test of Time Award!
- 06/10/2013: We got two papers accepted at CCS 2013!
- 06/10/2013: We got a paper accepted at ESORICS 2013!
- 05/23/2013: We got two papers accepted at RAID 2013!
- 04/27/2013: We got a paper accepted at USENIX Security 2013!
- 08/16/2012: We got two papers accepted at ACSAC 2012!
- 07/27/2012: Vasilis Pappas is the grand prize winner of the Microsoft BlueHat contest!
- 06/09/2012: We got a paper accepted at CCS 2012!
- 04/22/2012: We got two papers accepted at USENIX Security 2012!
- 02/01/2012: We got a paper accepted at IEEE S&P 2012!
- 01/14/2012: New project: BLIND SEER