IoT Lab is an effort by DBSec Group to provide research and hands-on experience with the cutting edge technologies.
Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) often integrate Industrial Control Systems (ICSs) with Information Technology (IT).
An open source framework for finding phishing attacks
With the advancements in contemporary multi-core CPU architectures, it is now possible for a server operating system (OS), such as Linux, to handle a large number of concurrent application services on a single server instance.
TeleScope is the scalable XML message stream broker and replicator written in C. Its main purpose is to be an efficient XML transport broker. TeleScope provides the remote CLI interface to control its runtime operation.
Transportation: Denver International Airport is the closest major airport to Fort Collins. Colorado State University is about 65 miles north of the airport and there are several options for transportation following your flight. DIA houses over a dozen car rental agencies. Shuttles between the airport and Fort Collins can be arranged with Green Ride or Super Shuttle.
Indrakshi Ray is a Professor in the Computer Science Department at Colorado State University. She has also been a visiting faculty at Air Force Research Laboratory, Naval Research Laboratory, and at INRIA, Rocquencourt, France. Prior to joining Colorado State, she was a faculty at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. She obtained her Ph.D. from George Mason University under the joint supervision of Professor Sushil Jajodia and Professor Paul Ammann. Her Master's degree in Computer Science and Engineering is from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. Her Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Science and Technology is from B.E.College, Kolkata, India.
Dr. Ray's research interests include security and privacy, database systems, e-commerce and formal methods in software engineering. She has published over a hundred technical papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings. She is on the editorial board of Computer Standards and Interfaces. She has been a guest editor of ACM Transactions of Information Systems Security and Journal of Digital Library. She has served in various capacities for journals and conferences. She was the Program Chair of ACM SACMAT 2006, Program Co-Chair for CSS 2013, ICISS 2013, IFIP DBSec 2003, and General Chair of SACMAT 2008. She has served on the program committees of various conferences including ACM SACMAT, DBSec, EDBT, ESORICS, and ICDE. She is a senior member of the IEEE and a member of ACM.
Indrajit Ray is a Professor at Colorado State University. He joined the faculty of the Computer Science
Department at Colorado State
University in fall of 2001. Prior to that (Fall
1997 to Winter 2001) he was an Assistant Professor in
the Computer and Information Science
Dr. Ray's research interests are in the areas of data and application security, network security, security modeling, risk management, trust models, privacy and digital forensics. At Colorado State University, he is a member of the Data and Applications Security Group, the Network Security Group, and the Software Assurance Laboratory. His research has been funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Federal Aviation Administration. He was one of the founding members and the first Chair of the IFIP TC-11 Working Group 11.9 on Digital Forensics. He has served on numerous conference program committees as well as organizing committees, on grant review panels, and as external evaluator of academic programs. He is currently serving on the editorial board of three international journals. He is a member of IEEE Computer Society, ACM, ACM Special Interest Group on Security Audit and Control, IFIP WG 11.3 on Data and Applications Security and IFIP WG 11.9 on Digital Forensics.
Dr. Ray received the PhD. degree in Information Technology
from George Mason University in
Fairfax, VA in 1997. His undergraduate degree
is B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering,
which he received from Bengal Engineering
College, India, (currently known as Bengal
Engineering and Science University) in 1984. He also
received the M.E. degree in Computer Science and
Engineering from Jadavpur
University, India, in 1991.