I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston. I enjoy programming, teaching and research in cyber security, computer networks, and ethical hacking. When I am not on my computer, I like scuba diving and exploring underwater caves and shipwrecks.
I am looking for motivated undergraduate and graduate students to work on research in the areas of Internet of Things Security and Security Evaluation. Check the Cybersecurity X Lab page for opportunities to work with me.
- Paper accepted at IEEE CyberHunt 2019: “Worth the wait? Time window feature optimization for intrusion detection”, Wilson, Mountrouidou, Little.
- Talk at BSides Charleston: “Security Metrics: Is it even possible?“.
- Paper accepted at ACM ITiCSE 2019: “Securing the Human: A Review of Literature on Broadening Diversity in Cybersecurity Education“, Mountrouidou, Vosen, Kari, Azhar, Bhatia, Gagne, Maguire, Tudor, Yuen.
- Paper published at Elsevier IoT: “Not just another Internet of Things taxonomy: A method for validation of taxonomies”, Mountrouidou, Billings, Mejia-Ricart.
- Cybersecurity X Lab research assistant, Chloe Stapleton, won the Women in Cybersecurity Conference 2019 undergraduate research competition for her work: “ThingAdversaries: Studying the Behavior of Attackers with an Internet of Things Honeypot”, Stapleton, Mountrouidou, Damron.
- Lightning talk at USENIX HotSec’18, Baltimore, MD.
- Cybersecurity X Lab research assistant, Blaine Billings, won the undergraduate research competition at ACM SIGCSE 2018 for his work: “Models of Correct Operation of Webcams for Security Purposes“.