Visible to the public How Shall We Play a Game? A Game-theoretical Model for Cyber-warfare Games

Tiffany Bao is an Assistant Professor in the School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering at Arizona State University. Her research focuses on software security, and her work spans the areas of binary analysis techniques and game-theoretical cybersecurity strategy. Her work on vulnerability strategies won the NSA Annual Best Scientific Cybersecurity Paper Award, and her talk on combining binary analysis techniques and game theoretic strategy in software security won the USENIX HotSec awarded talk. As a member of the Order of Overflow, Tiffany hosts DEF CON CTF since 2018. Tiffany received a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University with the CMU Presidential Fellowship.
 

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How Shall We Play a Game? A Game-theoretical Model for Cyber-warfare Games