Security of embedded devices, medical devices, malware, and voting
Nathanael Paul is a Member of the Research Staff at the Cyberspace Sciences and Information Intelligence Research (CSIIR) Group, where he does research in computer security.
In addition to a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Bob Jones University, a Master of Science in Computer Science from Clemson University, and a Ph.D from the University of Virginia, he was a postdoc at Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Nathanael is a Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
BS in Computer Science, Bob Jones University, 2000
MS in Computer Science, Clemson University, 2002
Ph.D. Computer Science, University of Virginia, 2008
Professional Memberships and Activities
Member of ACM and USENIX
N. Paul and A. Tanenbaum. The Design of a Trustworthy Voting System. In Proceedings of the 25th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC). pp. 507-517, Dec. 2009. (link)
N. Paul and A. Tanenbaum. Trustworthy Voting: From Machine to System. Nathanael Paul and Andrew S. Tanenbaum. IEEE Computer, May 2009. (link)
A. Sovarel, D. Evans, and N. Paul. Where's the FEEB? The Effectiveness of Instruction Set Randomnization. In Proceedings of the 14th USENIX Security Conference. Aug. 2005. (link)