Recap: Workshop on IoT Policy Issues

*Posted on behalf of Dr. Susan Landau (Tufts) and Dr. David Choffnes (Northeastern; ProperData faculty)* The workshop began with a discussion of privacy principles, first the Fair Information Practice Principles (FIPPs), which undergird both US privacy regulation (especially states) and also Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation. At the national level, US privacy law is sectoral… Read More Recap: Workshop on IoT Policy Issues

Spotlight on SPLICE Research

SPLICE postdoctoral researcher, Beatrice Perez, and her work on non-cooperative device detection in the smart home was recently featured in a Dartmouth News article. Non-cooperative devices include devices with no wireless network interface, devices that are powered off, or devices that explicitly attempt to evade detection. This research focuses on using harmonic radar technology to… Read More Spotlight on SPLICE Research

Upcoming Seminar on Embedded Cybersecurity by Kevin Kornegay

SPLICE PI, Kevin Kornegay, will present at the UCSF-Stanford CERSI-FDA Distinguished Speaker Series on Cybersecurity for Biomedical Engineering on Thursday February 17th, 2022 from 12:00pm – 1:00pm EST. Abstract: Biomedical engineering students learn how to ensure the safety and effectiveness of medical products ranging from medical devices to pharmaceutical products. Today, that advanced degree skill… Read More Upcoming Seminar on Embedded Cybersecurity by Kevin Kornegay

Morgan State University – a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense

Morgan State University has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense through the academic year 2027. The National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) jointly sponsor the CAE-CD program. The program serves as a catalyst to protect the country’s National Information Infrastructure, by promoting higher education and… Read More Morgan State University – a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense

New SPLICE Paper on Detecting Electronic Devices in Homes Using Harmonic Radar Technology

Phones, cameras, internet websites, and other devices constantly collect user data. The advent of so-called ‘Smart Things’ enables increasingly sensitive data to be collected inside the most private of spaces: the home. The first step in helping users regain control of their information that is collected inside their home is to alert them to the… Read More New SPLICE Paper on Detecting Electronic Devices in Homes Using Harmonic Radar Technology

We are recruiting master’s and doctoral students!

Are you interested in continuing your studies and contributing to the field of SmartHome security and privacy? If so, you’ve come to the right place! The SPLICE team is an interdisciplinary research team spanning seven institutions. Our researchers work in four main areas: Systems and networks; Internet of Things; Sociology, law and policy; and Human-Computer… Read More We are recruiting master’s and doctoral students!