Georgetown SecLab

Located in the Department of Computer Science at Georgetown University, the CS SecLab is an academic and research facility that investigates problems relating to information assurance and computer and network security.

Current areas of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • data privacy
  • cryptography
  • forensics
  • network security
  • privacy enhancing technologies
  • secure distributed systems
  • tamper-evident systems

More information about the SecLab’s current projects is listed on the Projects page.

Current undergraduate and graduate students at Georgetown who are interested in computer security research should review the Projects page and contact one of the affiliated faculty.

Students who are interested in joining Georgetown and working in the SecLab should apply through the department’s regular admissions process, and state a preference for working with the SecLab in their application statements.


July 24, 2021

Accountable Private Set Cardinality for Distributed Measurement (with Ellis Fenske, Akshaya Mani, and Aaron Johnson) accepted to ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security (TOPS)

July 15, 2021

Congratulations to Logan Arkema on winning the Andreas Pfitzmann Best Student Paper Award at the 2021 Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium for his paper on Residue-Free Computing

June 29, 2021

Version 2.0 of the NSF-funded Shadow project is now in pre-release!

May 21, 2021

Residue-Free Computing accepted to PoPETS 2021

April 19, 2021

Congratulations to Feiyang Yu for successfully defending his Master's Thesis, Towards More Privacy-Preserving and Practical Internet-of-Things Devices

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