. API Blindspots: Why Experienced Developers Write Vulnerable Code. In 14th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS), Usenix Security, 2018.

Preprint Poster

. An Exploratory Study of User Perceptions of Payment Methods in the UK and the US. In 10th NDSS Workshop on Usable Security (USEC), 2016.

PDF Slides

. Smart Blood Query: A Novel Mobile Phone Based Privacy-aware Blood Donor Recruitment and Management System for Developing Regions. In 2011 Workshops of International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA), 2011.



I was a teaching instructor for the following courses at Kansas State University:

  • CIS450: Computer Architecture and Operations (Spring’15, 16 & 17)
  • CIS200: Programming Fundamentals (using Java) (Spring’15)

Recent & Upcoming Events

  • May 2018: Our work on Java developers’ blindspots titled ‘API Blindspots: Why Experienced Developers Write Vulnerable Code’ has been accepted for publication in Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2018), co-located with Usenix Security conference.
  • February 2018: Best poster award in 2018 FICS Research Annual Conference on Cybersecurity, University of Florida.
  • August 2017: Received Travel Grant to attend Secure Development (SecDev’2107) Conference at Boston.
  • May 2017: Started working as graduate research assistant in FICS research lab at University of Florida.
  • April 2017: Successfully completed Masters in Computer Science at Kansas State University.


  • Sub-reviewer for IEEE S&P’19 conference
  • Sub-reviewer for LASER’17 conference
  • Sub-reviewer for ACSAC’17 conference