Bharat R. Srinivasan

I successfully defended my PhD in Computer Science at the College of Computing @ Georgia Tech. I was affiliated with IISP, formerly GTISC. Prior to that, I got my Bachelor's degree in Computer Science at BITS Pilani. My research interests lie in the intersection of computer security and machine learning.

Latest whereabouts: Speaking at VTA-SIG, M3AAWG, San Francisco, CA.

Recent Publications

[WWW'18] Exposing Search and Advertisement Abuse Tactics and Infrastructure of Technical Support Scammers.
[PhD Dissertation'17] Exposing and Mitigating Cross-Channel Abuse that Exploits the Converged Communications Infrastructure.
[ESORICS'16] Understanding Cross-Channel Abuse with Sms-spam Support Infrastructure Attribution.
[NDSS'15] Phoneypot: Data-driven Understanding of Telephony Threats. [Distinguished Paper Award]

Selected Patents

[US Patent 8,495,072] Attribute-based identification schemes for objects in internet of things
[US Patent 8,671,099] Clustering devices in an internet of things ('IoT')

Past Affiliations, Twilio Inc., Pindrop Security, IBM Research, Microsoft Research.


Email: bharat (DOT) srini (AT) gatech (DOT) edu
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