Salvatore Stolfo

Professor, Department of Computer Science

An expert in computer security, Salvatore Stolfo is considered the leading researcher in applying machine learning to intrusion detection. He is particularly known for his work on detecting zero-day attacks and credential theft. Stolfo has developed several anomaly-detection algorithms and systems addressing some of the most challenging problems in securing computer systems, including printers, VoIP phones, and IoT devices. He is also a co-inventor of the technology Norton uses to detect zero day malware on host computers.

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