Overly-Serious Bio

Jason Reeves is a PhD student and a member of the Trust Lab at Dartmouth College. His research activities include designing intrusion and tamper protection systems for embedded devices within the smart grid.

He has been involved with the Trustworthy Cyber Infrastructure for the Power Grid (TCIPG) project since 2010, and is also a member of the Institute for Security, Technology, and Society. Prior to Dartmouth, he spent several years working as a programmer in the healthcare industry.

Research Projects

TEDDI (Tamper Event Detection on Distributed Infrastructure)

TEDDI is a sensor-based tamper protection system for distributed devices. It fuses data from all of the devices to determine the state of both individual devices and the overall network. Voted a 'Best Cyber Security Solution' for 2015 by the ACSC!

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Autoscopy Jr.

Autoscopy Jr. is a lightweight intrusion detection system for embedded devices. It operates within the kernel of the host OS, and leverages the system's native data structures to look for anomalous behavior.

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