Cyber & Electromagnetic Domain Security
Institute applied research in this core competency involves developing measures in the cyber and electromagnetic domains to protect a computer or computer systems against unauthorized access or attack, encompassing both traditional computers and networks as well as other system/infrastructure embedded-computers and subsystems. Research applies a variety of statistical and artificial intelligence.
Argus Cyber Security Laboratory
The Argus Cyber Security Laboratory, founded by Dr. Xinming (Simon) Ou in 2006, focuses on the defense aspect of the cyber space, and its philosophy is to start from real problems, and create solutions that last. Its research attempts to address the root causes of the various cybersecurity problems, and by working closely with industry to ensure its work both addresses the most pressing problems of the time, and provides the scientific basis for solutions that can stand the test of time.
Some current projects of the Argus lab include the following: Analytical Forensics, Android Security, and Secure Real-Time OS
The following are some software applications created by the Argus Lab:
Argus-SAF: Argus-SAF is a Static Analysis Framework that was built in house to do security vetting for Android applications. It integrats two previously developed products Argus-Jawa and Argus-Amandroid, and has the capability to perform comprehensive, efficient and highly precise Inter-component Data Flow Analysis.
ANCOR: Moving Target Defense for Cloud-Based IT Systems (MTD CBITS) is a platform that automatically adapts multiple aspects of the network’s logical and physical configuration. The platform is targeting a cloud infrastructure and is built on top of ANCOR. ANCOR is a framework for creating and managing cloud-based IT systems using a high-level abstraction (an up-to-date IT system inventory).
To see the current faculty of the Argus lab, click here.
Center for Wireless and Microwave Information SystemsThe Center for Wireless and Mirowave Information (WAMI) Systems carries forward a strong heritage of RF & microwave education and research that dates back to the university's founding in 1956. The center places a strong emphasis on its partnerships and support from the local and national industry, and together with its graduate student researchers pursues its mission to advance the state of knowledge in the wireless and microwave field.
Areas of Research
Some research areas offered by the WAMI center include Wireless Communications & Signal Processing (WCSP), RF MEMS Transducers, and Communications and Networks.
For more information on the different areas of research, click the following links below:
Wireless Communications & Signal Processing RF MEMS Transducer iWINLAB
To see a list of the current faculty in support of the WAMI center, click here.
Cyber Florida at the University of South Florida
The Florida Center for Cybersecurity (Cyber Florida) is a state-funded organization dedicated to positioning Florida as a national leader in cybersecurity through education and workforce development; innovative, interdisciplinary research; and community outreach.
To get in connect with Cyber Florida, click here.
To see the upcoming events featuring Cyber Florida, click here.