Kang Li is a professor of Computer Science at the University of Georgia. He is the Director of Georgia Institute for Cybersecurity and Privacy.

Kang Li's research interests are in the area of computer network and operating systems, especially system issues related to data security and privacy. His recent research focuses on detecting bugs in system software such as virtualization and cloud platforms. His research topics also include DNS security and defenses against various network abuses, such as Denial-of-Service attacks, Phishing, and SPAM.

His current research is supported by National Science Foundation, Intel, Cisco Systems, and Georgia Research Alliance.

Current Research Projects:

  • Device and Firmware Security
  • Virtualization and Cloud Security
  • DNS Security

Last Update Time:

    Aug 1, 2017