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Five Papers Add to Impressive CyLab Presence at ACM CCS 2011

posted by Richard Power
October 22, 2011

Carnegie Mellon University CyLab had an impressive presence at the 18th Annual ACM Computer and Communications Security (CCS) 

Not only did CyLab Co-Director Virgil Gligor win the ACM Special Interest Group on Security, Audit and Control's seventh annual Outstanding Innovation Award for Computer Privacy and Security Expertise, and CyLab graduate Bryan Parno win the ACM 2010 Doctoral Dissertation Award for his thesis on Trust Extension as a Mechanism for Secure Code Execution on Commodity Computers, but the ACM CCS proceedings also included five papers co-authored by CyLab faculty and students:

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