Rich Enbody came to MSU in 1987 with a Ph.D. from the U. of Minnesota. Before graduate school he taught high school mathematics for six years. His B.A. was in Mathematics from Carleton College. His work at MSU has covered a variety of topics with many related to computer architecture such as parallel processing, caching, power and security. He holds two patents in nanotechnology devices with two more pending in security hardware.
2008 College of Engineering Withrow Teaching Excellence Award
1992 College of Engineering Withrow Teaching Excellence Award
Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Minnesota 1987
B.A., Mathematics, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota 1976
Sood, Enbody, "Spying on the browser: dissecting the design of malicious extensions," Network Security, May 2011, p. 8-12.
Sood, Enbody, "Botnet-Resistent Coding," hitb: hack in the box , Vol. 1, Issue 6, June 2011, p. 24-33.
Sood, Enbody, "A Browser Malware Taxonomy," Virus Bulletin, June 2011, p. 8-13.
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