Hi, I'm Scott Griffy.
-- Introduction --
I've done a lot of various computer-related stuff in my life. Currently, I'm very interested in theoretical cryptography and how to use it to solve societal and techincal problems.
-- Education/Jobs --
I'm starting a PhD in computer science at Brown in September 2021. I'm planning to work with Anna Lysyanskaya.
I graduated from Portland State University with a master's in computer science in June 2019.
I got my bachelor's in computer science from Oregon State University.
I'm currently working at Intel as a Security Researcher.
-- Academic Projects --
I co-authored a paper on searchable encryption that appeared at DSN 2019, titled: The Strength of Weak Randomization: Easily Deployable, Efficiently Searchable Encryption with Minimal Leakage with: David Pouliot and Charles V. Wright at Portland State University
My Master's thesis introduced a concrete version of a scheme for exceptional access. It is titled: Crumpled and Abraded Encryption: Implementation and Provably Secure Construction. PSU library link. Advisor: Charles V. Wright.
I presented work based on my master's thesis at DIMACS 2020 Workshop on Co-Development of Computer Science and Law.
-- Other Projects --
I help out at a club called "GEMS" (Game & Entertainment-Making Students) at Portland State.
I make Android games and apps such as an unofficial mobile app for a resource management company.
-- Techincal Writeups --
Here's some old links to writeups I've done on practical computer security:
2016-07-08 Reverse shell in shellcode.
2016-09-14 Using fuzzing to find bugs.
-- Contact --
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