2021 National Cyber Summit
During these uncertain and unprecedented times, the NCS organization has been faced with a very difficult decision regarding our 2020 Summit. For the safety and well-being of our attendees and exhibitors, as well as preserving the unprecedented networking opportunities NCS provides, we have postponed the 2020 Summit until June 8-10, 2021.
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Summit Speaker Ishan Ranasinghe

Session Information

An OAuth-Based Authorization Framework for Access Control in Remote Collaboration Systems
Thursday, June 7, 2018 1:30 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.
South Hall - Ballroom 1
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Professor Ram Dantu
University of North Texas
Dr. Ram Dantu has 20 years of industrial experience in the networking industry, where he worked for Cisco, Nortel, Alcatel, and Fujitsu and was responsible for advanced technology products from concept to delivery. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of North Texas (UNT). He was also the founding director of the Network Security Laboratory, and the Center for Information and Computer Security at UNT. He has received several NSF awards in collaboration (lead PI) with Columbia University, Purdue University, University of California at Davis, Texas A&M University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In addition to more than 200 research papers, he has authored several Requests For Comments (RFCs) related to MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS), SS7 over IP, and routing. Based on my work, Cisco and Alcatel were granted a total of 25 patents, and another ten are pending. During 2011-2012, he was a visiting professor at MIT in the School of Engineering.
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Pradhumna Shrestha
University of North Texas
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Ishan Ranasinghe
University of North Texas
Ishan Ranasinghe received his B.Sc. in Computer Science from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka (2011) and M.S. in Computer Science from St. Cloud State University (2017). He is currently pursuing the Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering at University of North Texas. His research interest includes cyber-human and cyber-physical systems, machine learning and computer vision.
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Logan Widick
University of North Texas
Logan Widick is a research assistant in the Network Security Lab (NSL) at the University of North Texas (UNT). As an undergraduate working in the NSL, Logan helped design and develop vital sign monitoring applications for Android smartphones, and helped conduct field trials and demonstrations of said applications. He received the UNT Department of Computer Science and Engineering “Outstanding Undergraduate Student in Computer Science” award. After completing his BS in Computer Science, Logan started pursuing his PhD in Computer Science and Engineering under the National Science Foundation (NSF) CyberCorps: Scholarship for Service (SFS) program. As a doctoral student, Logan is seeking to help secure collaboration between people and machines, mainly by enhancing digital certificates and the protocols surrounding them.
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Srikanth Jonnada
University of North Texas