Research Call 2018 – Winning Proposals

Prof. Lior Rokach
Adversarial deep learning of recurrent neural networks

Prof. Haim Permuter
Upgrading information-theoretic security towards semantic security and active eavesdroppers

Dr. Niv Gilboa
Homomorphic Secret Sharing

Prof. Amos Beimel
Secret Sharing and Conditional Disclosure of Secrets

Dr. Robert Moskovitch
Network Anomaly Detection via Time Intervals Analytics

Prof. Ohad Ben-Shahar
From Neuroscience to Foolproof Affordable Retinal Biometrics

Prof. Daniel Berend
Dr. Mayer Goldberg
Managing Enterprise Networks Security

Dr. Asaf Shabtai
Attack Simulation Framework for Measuring and Increasing the Information Security Awareness of users

Research Call 2018 – Winning Proposals

Research Call 2017 – Winning Proposals

Prof. Alon Kuperman
Introducing Malefic Changes to Real-Time Low-Level Control Algorithms Aimed to Damage Industrial Motor Drive Systems

Prof. Aryeh Kontorovich
Cold Boot Attack Enhancements Based on a Novel Scalable Probabilistic Max Sat Solver

Dr. Sigal Oren
Dr. Ella Segev
A New Game Theoretic Approach to Cyber Security Games

Dr. Yossi Oren
Fault Attacks Using Malicious Replaceable Units

Dr. Tirza Routtenberg
Cyber Security for Smart Grids

Dr. Rami Puzis
Attack hypothesis generation engine

Prof. Dani Hendler
Enhanced Detection of Polymorphic Malware and Malicious Web Domains

Prof. Brach Shapira
Malware Attribution Based on Fused Malware Reports

Research Call 2017 – Winning Proposals

Research Call 2016 – Winning Proposals

Dr. Kobi Cohen
"Active Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection Algorithms for Resource-Constrained Cyber Systems"

Dr. Guy Shani
Constructing Plan Trees for Pentesting

Dr. Roni Stern
Diagnosing System Exploits

Dr. Asaf Shabtai
A Framework for Assessing Social Vulnerabilities

Prof. Yuval Shachar
Cyber-Med: Risk Assessment and Practical Detection Methodology of Cyber-Attacks Aimed at Medical Device Eco-Systems

Prof. Ehud Godes
Security and Privacy Aspects of Social Networks

Dr. Gabriel Scalosub
Efficient Detection of Malicious Behaviors in Smartphones using Artificial

Prof. Eyal Shimony
Dr. Kobi Gal
Dr. Ariel Felner
Efficient Detection of Malicious Behaviors in Smartphones using Artificial

Research Call 2016 – Winning Proposals

Research Call 2014 – Winning Proposals

Prof. Brach Shapira
Obfuscation of Attack Graphs for Proactive Defense

Prof. Lior Rokach
Context-Aware Sentiment Analysis for Application Security Grading

Prof. Dani Hendler
Compromized entity detection

Prof. Haim Permuter
Physical Layer Security: Combining Secrecy and Cooperation in Communication Systems

Prof. Ofer Hadar
Cyber Attack/Defense Algorithms Based on Data Hiding in Compressed Video Stream

Dr. Meir Kalech
Anomaly detection using temporal pattern recognition for SCADA systems

Dr. Rami Puzis
Scalable attack path finding and attack graph visualization for increased security

Prof. Shlomi Dolev
Prof. Amos Beimel
Dr. Niv Gilboa
Security and Privacy for Perennial Cloud Computing

Research Call 2014 – Winning Proposals