Finding and reporting a device vulnerability

*Posted on behalf of Adam Vandenbussche, Dartmouth ’22* My name is Adam and I’m a Dartmouth undergraduate researcher on the SPLICE project. I first became involved with SPLICE as a student in Professor Kotz’s COSC 89.26 SPLICE seminar course last fall. After spending the term reading and discussing papers considering a variety of security and privacy concerns in IoT, our… Read More Finding and reporting a device vulnerability

Kotz named Dartmouth interim provost

Dartmouth College recently announced that David Kotz, SPLICE PI, will be interim provost starting July 1st. Along with leading the SPLICE project, Kotz will support and advance the teaching and scholarship of Dartmouth faculties and schools, as well as student-related programs. Kotz previously held the position of interim provost in 2017-2018 and has served as executive… Read More Kotz named Dartmouth interim provost

SPLICE PI David Kotz Named ACM Fellow

Professor Kotz was recently named one of 95 new ACM Fellows. This prestigious award recognizes the top 1% of ACM Members for their outstanding accomplishments in computing and information technology and/or outstanding service to ACM and the larger computing community. Kotz is recognized “for contributions to the security, privacy, and usability of mobile systems.” To… Read More SPLICE PI David Kotz Named ACM Fellow

Privacy Implications for the Internet of Things

SPLICE in collaboration with Dartmouth’s Institute for Security, Technology, and Society (ISTS) recently hosted a panel discussion amongst security and privacy leaders currently at the forefront of cybersecurity industry and research.  Panelists discussed some of the most pressing privacy challenges related to the “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices, such as smart phones, smart watches, and… Read More Privacy Implications for the Internet of Things