I'm a first year Masters in Computer Science student at Stanford University. My core specialization is in Artificial Intelligence, however topics in machine learning and security are also of interest to me.
Prior to starting my Masters, I was an undergrad at the University of California, Berkeley. I conferred my Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in May 2017. At my time in Cal, I engaged in security research in Prof. David Wagner's spear phishing group.
Used machine learning to create a tool that detects account compromise in Yammer.
Created a Threat Intelligence Correlation tool that aggregates and prioritizes security threats to the Yammer network.
Developed a spear phishing detection tool along with 4 other undergraduage students advised by Prof. Wagner.
Developed an ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) Spoof detection tool. Also, used the ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana) stack to architect a framework to troubleshoot a malware repository.
Worked on a way to internationalize (I18N) 3rd party API's.