Rasib Khan Khan

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Jul 18

2 Papers from SECRETLab Accepted in BDCloud 2016

Title: Verifiable Data Redundancy in the Cloud Authors: Mohammad Kamrul Islam and Ragib Hasan Abstract: Data redundancy is critical for the assurance of service continuity in fault tolerant systems. Researchers have proposed several efficient data replication strategies to secure users’ sensitive information from a single point of failure. Although the cloud service providers (CSP) assure …

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May 25

Successful PhD defense by SECRETLab PhD Student Rasib Khan

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Congratulations to Dr. Rasib Khan, from SECRETLab, for successfully defending his thesis, titled “Towards Trustworthy Authentication in Service Oriented Computing”, supervised by Dr. Ragib Hasan. Supervisory Committee: Dr. Ragib Hasan, Chair (UAB CIS) Dr. Purushotham Bangalore (UAB CIS) Dr. Alan Sprague (UAB CIS) Dr. Anthony Skjellum (Auburn) Dr. John Sloan (UAB Justice Sciences) Abstract: Today’s …

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Mar 18

Successful PhD defense by SECRETLab PhD Student Shams Zawoad

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Congratulations to Dr. Shams Zawoad, from SECRETLab, for successfully defending his thesis, titled “Trustworthy and Efficient Forensics in the Cloud”, supervised by Dr. Ragib Hasan. Supervisory Committee: Dr. Ragib Hasan (UAB CIS), Chair Dr. Alan Sprague (UAB CIS) Dr. Purushotham Bangalore (UAB CIS) Dr. Marjan Mernik (UM FERI) Dr. Anthony Skjellum  (AU CSSE) Abstract: The …

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Apr 18

2 researchers from SECRETLab receive Sigma Xi Grant-in-Aid of Research

Congratulations to SECRETLab researchers, Shams Zawoad and Rasib Khan, supervised by Ragib Hasan, Ph.D., on receiving their Sigma Xi Grant-in-Aid of Research (GIAR). The GIARs were received by the two SECRETLab researchers two separate projects for funding their research projects. Shams Zawoad, a Ph.D. candidate at SECRETLab, received the fund for his project on forensics enabled cloud framework. …

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Apr 18

2 papers accepted at the 12th IEEE International Conference on Services Computing

Congratulations to Rasib Khan and Ragib Hasan for having 2 papers accepted at the 12th IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC).   1. Rasib Khan, Ragib Hasan, “Fuzzy Authentication using Interaction Provenance in Service Oriented Computing”, the 12th IEEE International Conference on Services Computing (SCC), New York, USA, June 2015. Abstract: In service oriented computing, authentication factors have …

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Jan 15

Three papers accepted in IEEE Mobile Cloud 2015

Congratulations to Ragib Hasan, Shams Zawoad, Rasib Khan, Md. Mahmud Hossain, and Jinfang Xu on having three papers accepted in the 3rd International Conference on Mobile Cloud Computing, Services, and Engineering, San Francisco (IEEE Mobile Cloud), Mar 2015. Rasib Khan, Ragib Hasan, Jinfang Xu, “SEPIA: Secure-PIN-Authentication-as-a-Service for ATM using Mobile and Wearable Devices”, accepted as full …

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Jan 14

Our work “WORAL” to appear in IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing SI on Cyber Security

  Congratulations to Ragib Hasan, Rasib Khan, Shams Zawoad, and Munirul Haque for having their work “WORAL: A Witness Oriented Secure Location Provenance Framework for Mobile Devices” accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing.   Ragib Hasan, Rasib Khan, Shams Zawoad, Md Haque, “WORAL: A Witness Oriented Secure Location Provenance Framework for …

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Aug 01

Paper published in Journal of Digital Forensics (JDFSL)

Hot Zone Identification: Analyzing Effects of Data Sampling on Spam Clustering Authors: Rasib Khan, Mainul Mizan, Ragib Hasan, and Alan Sprague, Journal of Digital Forensics, Security and Law (JDFSL), 9(1): 67-82, 2014 This paper was selected as one of the best papers from ADFSL Conference on Digital Forensics, Security and Law for publication in Journal …

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Apr 20

Paper Accepted in ASE Cyber Security2014

Title: “SecP2PSIP: A Distributed Overlay Architecture for Secure P2PSIP” Authors: Rasib Khan and Ragib Hasan, Venue: The 3rd ASE International Conference on Cyber Security 2014, Stanford. CA, USA, May  27-31, 2014.