Ph.D. in Graduate School of Information Security, KAIST, 2014~
M.S. in Graduate School of Information Security, KAIST, 2012-2014
B.S. in Computer Engineering, Hanyang University, 2005-2012 (including army service)
Hojoon Lee, Hyungon Moon, Daehee Jang, Kihwan Kim, Jihoon Lee, Yunheung Paek, and Brent Byunghoon Kang. KI-Mon: A Hardware-assisted Event-triggered Monitoring Platform for Mutable Kernel Object. USENIX Security Symposium 2013.
Daehee Jang, Hojoon Lee, Minsu Kim, Daegyeong Kim and Brent Byunghoon Kang. ATRA: Address Translation Redirection Attack against Hardware-based External Monitors ACM CCS 2014.
H. Lee, H. Moon, I. Heo, D. Jang, J. Jang, K. Kim, Y. Paek, and B. Kang. KI-Mon ARM: A Hardware-assisted Event-triggered Monitoring Platform for Mutable Kernel Object. IEEE Transactions on Dependable and Secure Computing 2017
Valentin J.M. Manes, Daehee Jang, Brent Byunghoon Kang, Chanho Ryu. Domain Isolated Kernel: A lightweight sandbox for untrusted kernel extensions. ELSEVIER Computers and Security Journal 2017
Changho Choi, Nohyun Kwak, Jinsoo Jang, Daehee Jang , Kuenwhee Oh, Kyungsoo Kwag, Brent Byunghoon Kang. S-OpenSGX: A System-level Platform for Exploring SGX Enclave-Based Computing. ELSEVIER Computers and Security Journal 2016
Ingoo Heo, Daehee Jang , Hyungon Moon, Hansu Cho, Seungwook Lee, Brent Byunghoon Kang, and Yunheung Paek. Efficient Kernel Integrity Monitor Design for Commodity Mobile Application Processors. Journal of Semiconductor Technology and Science 2014
Daehee Jang, Yunjong Jung, Seongman Lee, Minjoon Park, Donguk Kim, Kuenhwan Kwak. Emulator Detection Techniques for Commercially Deployed Software. World Conference on Information Security Applications 2018
D. Jang, J. Jang, D Kim, C Choi, B. Kang. Scheduler-based Defense Method against Address Translation Redirection Attack. Conference of Korean Institute of Information Security and Cryptology 2015
Daehee Jang, Yongsu Park. DNS Spoofing Protection System for Wi-Fi Networks. Conference of Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers 2012
AWARDS AND PRIZES
8th place in 2017 TrendMicro Hacking Competition Finals (four person team)
Grand Prize Winner of 2017 Information Security Paper Competition (Organized by National Security Research) - RUMA: Rethinking Byte Granularity Heap Randomization (1st author, the best paper among 117 submissions, $5,000 prize). The award is introduced in KAIST main news.
Excellence Award in CCE 2017 Information Security Paper Competition - Various Detection Techniques against System Emulation Environment and its Countermeasures (1st author, $1,000 prize)
Excellence Award in CCE 2017 Information Security Paper Competition - SGX-LEGO: ROP-based Binary Conversion Framework for Side-Channel Attack Mitigation (2nd author, $1,000 prize)
Excellence Award in KIISC 2018 Information Security Paper Competition - Emulator Detection Techniques for Commercially Deployed Software (1st author, $1,000 prize)
2nd place in 2017 CCE Government Hacking Competition Finals (five person team, $6,000 prize, related news article)
Winner of 2015 WHITEHAT Hacking Competition Finals (4 member team, $20,000 prize, related news article)
4th place in 2015 KISA Hacking Competition Finals (4 member team, $2,000 prize, related news article)
3rd place in 2014 WHITEHAT Hacking Competition Finals (4 member team, $8,000 prize, related news article)
Developing New generation SOC H/W and S/W Security solution, Samsung Electronics, 2012.2 - 2014.12
[International] Byunghoon Kang, Daehee Jang, Minsu Kim, Jonghwan Kim, Daeggyung Kim, Hojoon Lee "Memory Alignment Randomization Method for Mitigation of Heap Exploit", Application Date: 2017-04-12, Application Number: 15485868.
[Domestic] Donguk Kim, Byonghoon Kang, Sengyon Ha, Daehee Jang, Jinsoo Jang, Hong Suk, "Electronic Device and Control Method", 10-2017-0148241.
[Domestic] Jinsoo Jang, Daehee Jang, Brent Byunghoon Kang, Donguk Kim, "An Electronic Device and Method For Protecting The Kernel Space of the Memory", 10-2015-0165474.