Seunghyeon Lee (이승현)

Ph.D. student
Network and System Security Lab (NSS Lab)
KAIST
seunghyeon AT kaist.ac.kr


ABOUT

Seunghyeon Lee is currently a Ph.D. student at SoC (School of Computing) at KAIST, where he is working with Dr. Seungwon Shin at NSS (Network and System Security Laboratory). He is primarily interested in the area of network security including an SDN (Software-Defined Networking) and a secure network architecture.


EDUCATION

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Ph.D. student, School of Computing (Advisor: Dr. Seungwon Shin)

Mar 2015 - Present
IN PROGRESS

Mar 2013 - Feb 2015

Chungnam National University
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Mar 2007 - Feb 2013


Publication

(SCN) Security and Communication Networks 2017
Title: Duo: Software Defined Intrusion Tolerant System using Dual Cluster [Paper]
Authors: Yongjae Lee, Seunghyeon Lee, Hyunmin Seo, Changhoon Yoon, Seungwon Shin and Hyunsoo Yoon

Dec 2017

(DSN)Dependable Systems and Networks 2017
Title: Athena: A Framework for Scalable Anomaly Detection in Software-Defined Networks [Paper]
(Acceptance ratio 22.2%=49/220)
Authors: Seunghyeon Lee, Jinwoo Kim, Seungwon Shin, Phillip Porras, Vinod Yegneswaran

Jun 2017

(SCN) Security and Communication Networks 2015
Title: Vulnerabilities of Network OS and Mitigation with State-based Permission System [Paper]
Authors: Jiseong Noh, Seunghyeon Lee, Jaehyun Park, Seungwon Shin, Brent Byunghoon Kang

Oct 2015

(SOSR)ACM SIGCOMM Symposium on SDN Research 2015
Title: A playground for Software-defined Networking Security (Demo) [Paper]
Authors: Seunghyeon Lee, Chanhee Lee, Hyeonseong Jo, Jinwoo Kim, Seungsoo Lee, Jaehyun Nam, Taejune Park, Changhoon Yoon, Yeonkeun Kim, Heedo Kang, and Seungwon Shin

June 2015


Software release

Athena
The network anomaly detection framework in SDN networks [Link]

June 2017


Awards

2nd prize at 1st Test Of Practical Competency in IT(TOPCIT) competition
TOPCIT evaluates the basic core knowledge to solve the problems in accordance with the requirements needed to perform the IT task successfully.

Oct 2012

Graduate Summa cum laude, Computer Science Department in CNU
Graduated with first class honors

Feb 2013


Talk

(ONF) Open Networking Foundation Member work Day 2016
Title: Athena: A Framework for Scalable Anomaly Detection in Software-Defined Networks

Jun 2016


Work experience

(SRI) International Fellow
(Internet Security Group, Computing Science Laboratory, Supervisor: Phillip Porras)
SRI International - The Athena project

Jun 2016 - Sep 2016

(SRI) Research Observer
(Internet Security Group, Computing Science Laboratory, Supervisor: Phillip Porras)
SRI International - The Athena project

Dec 2015 - Mar 2016


Activities

Teaching Assistant
IS539 - Network Security

Mar 2015 - Jun 2015

Teaching Assistant
IS511 - Information Security

Mar 2014 - Jun 2014


References

Dr. Seungwon Shin (E: claude@kaist.ac.kr)
Assistant Professor, School of Computing, KAIST


Dr. Brent Byunghoon Kang (E: brentkang@kaist.ac.kr)
Associate Professor, School of Computing, KAIST


CONTACT

Email
seunghyeon@kaist.ac.kr

Address
291 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu Daejeon 305-701, Republic of Korea

Websites
http://nss.kaist.ac.kr
http://sdnsecurity.org