I am currently a PhD candidate in Information Technology at George Mason University. I am advised by Dr. Massimiliano Albanese on Adaptive Cyber Defense strategies. My research focuses on developing moving target defense strategies to increase the attacker's effort to accurately predict a system's attack surface. I work as a Graduate Research Assistant at Center for Secure Information Systems and closely collaborate with Dr. Sushil Jajodia
Previously, I interned with Dr. Bimal K. Roy at Indian Statistical Institute and worked on Key Pre-Distribution in Wireless Sensor Networks using Combinatorial Designs. Also, I have had the opportunity to briefly work at Indian Statistical Institute, Chennai under Dr. C. Pandu Rangan on developing primitives for Code-Based Cryptography.
Prior to George Mason University, I received my Masters in Theoretical Computer Science from PSG College of Technology.