Chaz Lever

About Me

I am a research scientist at Georgia Institute of Technology performing research in the areas of network and computer security. In 2018, I received my PhD from Georgia Institute of Technology under the advisement of Manos Antonakakis, and before that, I graduated from from both Wake Forest University (M.S., Computer Science, ’11) and Duke University (B.S., Computer Science, ’06).

My research interests are focused at the intersection of security, networking, and data science. Much of my previous work has focused on performing large scale, empirical studies using real world networking datasets. These efforts have led to data-driven solutions to existing and emerging threats as well as several active projects including the Active DNS and YourThings projects.





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