About the OSIRIS Lab
The OSIRIS Lab is for undergraduates, graduates, and professors devoted to learning and understanding practical tools and techniques used by attackers and defenders by analyzing real-world actors, hands-on experimentation, and developing projects in the lab related to information security.
The OSIRIS Lab is run by students, advised by hackers in residence and industry partners, supported by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The lab is co-directed by founder Nasir Memon and Brendan Dolan-Gavitt.
Current research areas include:
- Application Security
- Network Security
- Reverse Engineering
- Vulnerability Analysis and Exploitation Development
- Program Analysis
- Discovery and Prevention of Hardware Trojans
- Hardware for Secure Systems
- Digital Forensics