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publications

Game of Threads: Enabling Asynchronous Poisoning Attacks

Published in ASPLOS, 2020 (Full Paper | bibtex | Plain Text)

Our attack influences training outcome—e.g., degrades model accuracy or biases the model towards an adversary-specified label—purely by scheduling asynchronous training threads in a malicious fashion. Since thread scheduling is outside the protections of modern trusted execution environments (TEEs), e.g., Intel SGX, our attack bypasses these protections even when the training set can be verified as correct.

talks

Sensor Privacy in an Untrusted World

Published:

Presented an early version of “Guaranteeing Local Differential Privacy on Ultra-Low-Power Systems,” as Part of the Lawrence Technological University Alumni Career Series.

teaching

Teaching experience 1

Undergraduate course, University 1, Department, 2014

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Teaching experience 2

Workshop, University 1, Department, 2015

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