|Team Member||Recent Work||Current Work|
- Create guide for imaging station in DEEP lab.
- Meet with Vexterra about transitioning BEfriend algorithm to sponsor's environment.
- Create poster for netsci.
- Attend Netsci and present poster on BEFriend.
- Attend SITREP of sponsor contractors.
- Contact DHS about listing the RDC in Impact CyberTrust.
- Create and distribute course announcement for CS4330.
- Revised and submitted ASE paper.
- Responded to RDC inquiry
- Create and deliver IPR to Sponsor on July 6
- Meeting schedule for thesis students in the summer
- Get money for lab.
- Transfer 5 inventory items to DIA (waiting on Steve Boyd)
- Coordinate shipment of phones (waiting on Steve Boyd).
- Write up feedback on Vexterra GUI and send to Greg O.
- Finalize sakai page for CS4330.
- Review paper for Journal of Forensic Sciences.
- Follow up with Erin Kenneally about listing RDC in Impact Cybertrust.
- Fixed hashdb 3.0.0 crashing bug with hashdb 3.1.0. Provided new SectorScope 0.7.1 for compatibility with new hashdb 3.1.0.
- Identfied that RocksDB would be a viable solution for hashdb in a big-data environment. An actual implementation would require design changes, tuning, testing, and timing analysis, see hashdb Wiki entry.
- Helped Research Associate Mike Bailey get started running Beryllium BE-Scan in the
- HPC Spark Grace compute node cluster available at NPS.
- Began a lightgrep scanner implementation to replace the slower Flex scanner code in Beryllium BE-Scan. The goal is to significantly improve scan performance while enabling use in a big-data environment.
- Began preparing a simple lightgrep wrapper to encapsulate the liblightgrep interface. This simplified interface will significantly ease porting scanners to work in Beryllium BE-Scan
- .Helped NPS student Timothy Andrzejewski (TJ) with setting up the Python environment used by Beryllium BE-Scan so that TJ can perform data analysis.
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|Jean Khosalim|| || || |
- Update new wiki pages
- IRB protocol amendments
- GIT Repository July Monthly Report / LaTex document prep
- Weekly group email update with research tasks for individuals
- USENIX conference approval, registration, travel
- DIA DEEP Account (RVKNJ) + DIA Reverse Engineering (RCKUY) Plans
- RDC Access for Karen Renaud - University of Glasgow - UK. Working through DHS Impact Cyber Trust
- GPUs for Grace - plan and track with ITACS
- Purchase Tracking
- Country clearances for travel
- USENIX travel planning
- DFRWS travel
- Monthly sponsor reports
- Manage funding and purchases for EOY
- Potential RDC access agreements
- Weekly updates for research group with Tasks in Progress included
- EOY labor planning and account funds management
- Remind Michael to pay for IEEE in order to be reimbursed
- Send email to Bret regarding spend plan
- GPUs for Grace
- Waiting on EOY student purchases