The USENIX Security Symposium held August 14-16 in Santa Clara, California, brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers, and others interested in the latest advances in the security and privacy of computer systems and networks. Avast will present a joint research paper with Stanford University on IoT and security titled "All Things Considered: An Analysis of IoT Devices on Home Networks" on August 15 in the 2:00pm -3:30pm session.
Rajarshi Gupta is the Head of Artificial Intelligence at Avast, responsible for Avast’s AI products and research. Dr. Gupta manages data science teams in Silicon Valley and Europe, leading AI-driven malware detection and mobile protection, together with network security for Smart Home, Avast’s next-generation IoT security platform. Prior to joining Avast, Dr. Gupta worked at Qualcomm Research for many years, where he created ‘Snapdragon Smart Protect’, the first ever product to achieve On-Device Machine Learning for Security. Dr. Gupta loves to work on innovative problems, and has authored over 190 issued U.S. Patents. Dr. Gupta holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from UC Berkeley.