Welcome to my webpage! I am currently working on my Ph.D in Computer Science at the University of Central Florida. I joined the Department of Computer Science in Fall 2018. My advisor is Dr. Xinwen Fu. I am primarily interested in IoT security and forensics.
Prior to UCF, I received my Bachelor of Science from Stetson University in May 2018. My advisor was Dr. Daniel Plante.
You can check out some of my current and former research projects, my CV, and contact information through this webpage.
Please check my CV for a more comprehensive list of publications.
This project plots ambient particulate matter, CO2, air pressure, temperature, and humidity data from sensors onto a map. Our current deployment of devices are built using the SAML11 microcontroller. We use AWS as a backend.
SIC2, or Securing Micocontroller based IoT Devices with Crypto Coprocessors, is a framework for secure key provisioning that protects end users' private keys from software attacks and untrustworthy manufacturers. Our case study is the ESP32 MCU along with the ATECC608A crypto processor. We also present novel software attacks against this MCU. Full paper, technical report, and source code are below: