Kulsoom Abdullah, “Scaling and Visualizing Network Data for Intrusion Detection,” Thesis Proposal, Georgia Institute of Technology, October 2004. [PDF] Presentation [PDF].
K. Abdullah, “Scaling and Visualizing Network Data to Facilitate in Intrusion Detection Tasks ,” Dissertation, Georgia Institute of Technology, April 2006.
I recieved my PhD at the Georgia Institute of Technology (go Jackets), in the department of Electrical Engineering. My research area was in networking, specifically visualization for network security. My adviser was Dr. John A. Copeland in the Communications Systems Center group. I did my undergraduate degree at the University of Central Florida in Computer Engineering.Please check out the other links on my page for more information.
Currently, I am working as a visiting scholar in the Communications Assurance & Performance Group (CAP)
Interest Areas: Information Networks & Security – Applied Machine Learning – Network Security Visualization – Human Computer Interaction – Applied Humanitarian Research
Do not be fooled by my name. I was born in Kansas. I am an engineer but I am not a male. Just wanted to clarify some common generalizations
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