Ruimin Sun

Assistant Professor
Biography

Dr. Ruimin Sun graduated from University of Florida in 2019 (under Dr. Daniela Oliveira) and worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Khoury College of Computer Sciences (working with Dr. Long Lu) at Northeastern University. Her research aims at securing ubiquitous systems (desktop, mobile, IoT/CPS) and protect end users from cyber-attacks through enhanced security mechanisms with intelligent defense strategies. Her research focuses on cyber physical system security, mobile device information privacy, real-time anomaly detection, and system security and reliability.

Research and Educational Interests
  • Security and Privacy
  • Mobile System Security
  • CPS Security
Background Education

2019 PH.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Florida

2014 MS.c., Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Florida

Selected Publications
  1. D-Box: DMA-enabled compartmentalization for embedded applications.
    Alejandro Mera, Yi Hui Chen, Ruimin Sun, Engin Kirda, Long Lu
    29th Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS), 2022.
  2. SoK: Attacks on Industrial Control Logic and Formal Verification-Based Defenses.
    Ruimin Sun, Alejandro Mera, Long Lu, David Choffnes.
    IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy (EuroS&P), 2021
  3. Mind Your Weight(s): A Large-scale Study on Insufficient Machine Learning Model Protection in Mobile Apps.
    Zhichuang Sun, Ruimin Sun, Long Lu, Alan Mislove.
    USENIX Security, 2021.
  4. A Praise for Defensive Programming – Leveraging Uncertainty for Effective Malware Mitigation.
    Ruimin Sun, Marcus Botacin, Nikolaos Sapountzis, Xiaoyong Yuan, Matt Bishop, Donald E Porter, Xiaolin Li, Andre Gregio, Daniela Oliveira.
    IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing (TDSC), 2020.
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