Assistant Professor, Computer Science, George Mason UniversityDr. Angelos Stavrou’s, GMU, current research interests include security and reliability for distributed systems, security principles for virtualization, and anonymity. He is working with NIST as part of the DARPA Transformative Applications project that involves securing Android mobile phone devices against kernel-level attacks. Stavrou is the GMU PI participating along with Columbia, Stanford, and Symantec in the IARPA STONESOUP effort. In addition, the PI is funded by DARPA under the CyberGenome project to perform analysis on the phylogenetic origins of malware. Dr. Stavrou is currently supported by a NSF Trustworthy Computing (NSF-CNS- 0915291) grant on Scalable Malware Analysis using Lightweight Virtualization. This effort seeks efficient methods to analyze the nature of Internet malfeasance.