Ph.D. in Computer Science at Georgia Institute of Technology
Ph.D. student at Georgia Institute of Technology
System security, Software security
Vulnerability finding/analysis/elimination, Secure operating system, Trusted computing platforms
DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge (CGC) finalist (2016)
- Three times DEFCON CTF finalists (2006, 2009, 2011)
Internet Defense Prize by Facebook and USENIX (2015)
- CSAW Best Applied Research Paper Award - Third place (2015)
- Vulnerability Bounty Awards by Mozilla (2013, 2014)
- Vulnerability Bounty Awards by Google (2013)
- B. Lee, C. Song, T. Kim, W. Lee, "Type Casting Verification: Stopping an Emerging Attack Vector", USENIX Security Symposium (Security) 2015
- C. Min, S. Kashyap, B. Lee, C. Song, T. Kim, "Cross-checking Semantic Correctness: The Case of Finding File System Bugs", ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP) 2015
- B. Lee, L. Lu, T. Wang, T. Kim, W. Lee, "From Zygote to Morula: Fortifying weakened ASLR on Android", IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland) 2014
Byoungyoung Lee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University. His research is in the general area of computer security and privacy. In particular, his focus is in systems security, designing and implementing secure systems through analyzing and eliminating vulnerabilities.
His research identified and helped to fix more than 100 security vulnerabilities in the major software including the Linux Kernel, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. He received the Internet Defense Prize by Facebook and USENIX and the best applied security research paper (the 3rd place) by CSAW.