Andrew Kwong


I am a computer science Ph.D. student advised by Daniel Genkin at the University of Michigan. I received my BA in Mathematics and BS in Computer Science from UCSC in 2016, where I worked with the Storage Systems Research Center on improving the performance of galois field arithmetic in the context of erasure codes. When I was an undergrad, I ran a security club that focused on lock picking and competing in CTF hacking competitions. I still compete from time to time with Michigan's CTF team, Wolverines4Kegan.

Contact: ankwong < < at > > umich < < dot > > edu


Publications

  • RAMBleed: Reading Bits in Memory Without Accessing Them
    Andrew Kwong, Daniel Genkin, Daniel Gruss, and Yuval Yarom
    In IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland 2020)
  • Hard Drive of Hearing: Disks that Eavesdrop with a Synthesized Microphone
    Andrew Kwong, Wenyuan Xu, and Kevin Fu
    In IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland 2019)
    (Acceptance Rate: 12.4%)
  • Blue Note: How Intentional Acoustic Interference Damages Availability and Integrity in Hard Disk Drives and Operating Systems
    Connor Bolton, Sara Rampazzi, Chaohao Li, Andrew Kwong, Wenyuan Xu, and Kevin Fu
    In IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (Oakland 2018)
    (Acceptance Rate: 11.5%)
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