I am an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston. I enjoy programming, teaching and research in cybersecurity, computer networks, and ethical hacking. I am looking for motivated students to work on research in these areas. Check the “Cybersecurity X Lab” for opportunities to work with me.
- Presentation at GENI Regional Workshop hosted by University of Oregon
- Paper accepted at International Conference on Security Informatics (IEEE ISI 2017): “Raising Flags: Detecting Covert Storage Channels Using Relative Entropy“, Chow, Li, Mountrouidou
- NSF funded project CyberPaths page is ready!
- Presentation at CCSC-SE 2016: “Denial of Service Lab for Experiential Cybersecurity Learning in Primarily Undergraduate Institutions”, Harrison Ledford, Xenia Mountrouidou, Xiangyang Li
- Presentation at the National Cyber Summit 2016: “Improving Covert Storage Channel Analysis with SDN and Experimentation on GENI”, Yiyuan Hu, Xiangyang Li, Xenia Mountrouidou
- Paper accepted at IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data and Security (IEEE IDS 2016): “Spectral Clustering Technique for Classifying Network Attacks”, Anna Little (JU), Xenia Mountrouidou, Daniel Moseley (JU)