Jonathan Burket

Graduate Student, Carnegie Mellon University

jburket@cmu.edu


I am a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. I currently work in computer security research with Professor David Brumley. My current research focuses on extending program analysis techniques to work on larger systems.

I recently graduated from University of Virginia, where I worked on web security research with Professor David Evans.

In the summer of 2013, I helped develop a free online physics course on Udacity taken by thousands of students around the world. I am also the current Technical Lead for picoCTF, a computer security competition for high school age students.

Publications:

  • J Burket, P Mutchler, M Weaver, M Zaveri, D Evans. GuardRails: a data-centric web application security framework. In Proceedings of the 2nd USENIX conference on Web application development (WebApps 2011).

  • P Chapman, J Burket, D Brumley. picoCTF: A Game-Based Computer Security Competition for High School Students. To appear in the USENIX Summit on Gaming, Games and Gamification in Security Education (3GSE 2014).

  • T Bao, J Burket, M Woo, R Turner, and D Brumley. BYTEWEIGHT: Learning to Recognize Functions in Binary Code. To appear in the 23rd USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX 2014).

Talks:

  • J Burket, P Mutchler, M Weaver, M Zaveri, D Evans. GuardRails: A (Nearly) Painless Solution to Web Application Security. OWASP AppSec DC 2010 Slides: [PDF]

  • J Burket, P Mutchler, M Weaver, M Zaveri, D Evans. GuardRails: A (Nearly) Painless Solution to Web Application Security. RubyNation 2011 [Video]

  • J Burket, P Mutchler, M Weaver, M Zaveri, D Evans. GuardRails: a data-centric web application security framework. USENIX WebApps '11 [PPTX] [PDF]

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