Khir Henderson, doctoral student at Morgan State University whose work focuses on designing and developing sustainable and scalable architectures to help protect some of the major security vulnerabilities in our nation’s critical infrastructures, was recently featured in the Fall 2021 edition of Diversity in Action.
Khir’s work on the SPLICE team includes investigating hardware and software implementations of hardware-based security used to establish the ‘root of trust’ in IoT devices or systems. He has also lead the development of an IoT device testbed, housed at the CAP Center at Morgan State University, that uses an automated network-security architecture following the Manufacturer Usage Description (MUD) IETF model. Khir has collaborated with researchers at Johns Hopkins University on developing a smart home scanning apparatus that encompasses discovery, fingerprinting, and profiling.
You can find Khir’s feature in the Fall 2021 edition of Diversity in Action here. To stay up-to-date with SPLICE happenings, consider following the SPLICE blog by scrolling to the bottom of this page and entering your email address.