Min Suk Kang
I am an assistant professor of School of Computing at KAIST since August 2020. Before I joined KAIST, I had been an assistant professor of School of Computing at National University of Singapore since August 2016. My research interests lie broadly in the field of network and distributed systems security, blockchain security, cellular network security, and IoT system security.
I obtained my PhD degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 2016. I received BS and MS degrees in EECS at KAIST in 2006 and 2008, respectively.
“A Stealthy Location Identification Attack Exploiting Carrier Aggregation in Cellular Networks.”
Nitya Lakshmanan, Nishant Budhdev, Min Suk Kang, Mun Choon Chan, and Jun Han.
In Proceedings of USENIX Security (USENIX Security), Aug 2021
“A Stealthier Partitioning Attack against Bitcoin Peer-to-Peer Network.”
“Tuple Space Explosion: A Denial-of-Service Attack against a Software Packet Classifier”
Levente Csikor, Dinil Mon Divakaran, Min Suk Kang, Attila Korosi, Balazs Sonkoly, David Haja, Dimitrios Pezaros, Stefan Schmid, Gabor Retvari
In Proceedings of ACM Conference on emerging Networking EXperiments and Technologies (CoNEXT), December 2019. Acceptance rate: 16.8% (32 of 190)
“On the Feasibility of Rerouting-based DDoS Defenses.”
“SPIFFY: Inducing Cost-Detectability Tradeoffs for Persistent Link-Flooding Attacks.”
“Routing Bottlenecks in the Internet: Causes, Exploits, and Countermeasures.”
“The Crossfire Attack.”
Program Committee for ACM CCS 2020
Program Committee for IEEE ICDCS 2020
Program Committee for ACM AsiaCCS 2020
Program Chair for ACM CoNEXT 2020 Poster Program
Committee for ACM AsiaCCS 2019
Program Committee for WISA 2018
Program Committee for WISA 2017
Reviewer of Major Journals (e.g., Transactions on Networking, Transactions on Information Forensics & Security, Transactions on Mobile Computing, Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing)
I'm extremely fortunate to work with many motivated and talented graduate students, research fellows, visitors, and internship students. Here is the list of their names and their current institutions (please email me if they are outdated):