Pablo Moriano

Pablo Moriano

Ph.D. candidate in Informatics
School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
Indiana University Bloomington
pmoriano [at] indiana.edu  
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I am a Ph.D. candidate in Informatics and received a M.S. in Informatics in the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering at Indiana University Bloomington. Previously, I obtained a B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering at Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Cali in Colombia. I am a recipient of the best paper award at the 9th International Workshop on Managing Insider Security Threats in conjuntion with the ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS). In the past, I have done research internships at Cisco Systems, Inc. with the Advanced Security Research Group. Here is a link to an official bio and my CV.

My research lies at the intersection of network science, data science, and computer security. I am especially interested in the development of analytical and data-driven models to understand and mitigate anomalies in complex systems. Applications range across multiple disciplines, including, Internet routing, prediction of exceptional events in social media, and insider threat modeling in user-system interactions. I also care about the economic and policy implications derived from these solutions. Here is a word cloud built out of the abstracts of my papers.

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  1. Insider Threat Event Detection in User-System Interactions


    Pablo Moriano, Jared Pendleton, Steven Rich, and L. Jean Camp
    MIST, October 2017. Best paper award.

  2. Incompetents, Criminals, or Spies: Macroeconomic Analysis of Routing Anomalies


    Pablo Moriano, Soumya Achar, and L. Jean Camp
    Computers & Security, September 2017.

  3. Factors in an End User Security Expertise Instrument


    Prashant Rajivan, Pablo Moriano, Timothy Kelley, and L. Jean Camp
    Information and Computer Security, June 2017.

  4. What Can Johnny Do? - Factors in an End-User Expertise Instrument


    Prashanth Rajivan, Pablo Moriano, Timothy Kelley, and L. Jean Camp
    HAISA, July 2016.

  5. Model-Based Fraud Detection in Growing Networks


    Pablo Moriano and Jorge Finke
    CDC, December 2014.
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  7. Dissemination of Scholarly Literature in Social Media


    Pablo Moriano, Emilio Ferrara, Alessandro Flammini, and Filippo Menczer
    WebSci Altmetrics, June 2014.

  8. Characterizing the Relationship Between Degree Distributions and Community Structures


    Pablo Moriano and Jorge Finke
    ACC, June 2014.

  9. On the Formation of Structure in Growing Networks


    Pablo Moriano and Jorge Finke
    JSTAT, June 2013.

  10. Structure of Growing Networks With no Preferential Attachment


    Pablo Moriano and Jorge Finke
    ACC, June 2013.

  11. Power-Law Weighted Networks from Local Attachments


    Pablo Moriano and Jorge Finke
    EPL, July 2012.

  12. Modelado y Control de un Nuevo Sistema Bola Viga con Levitación Magnética


    Pablo Moriano and Freddy Naranjo
    RIAI, May 2012.

  13. Heavy-Tailed Weighted Networks From Local Attachment Strategies


    Pablo Moriano and Jorge Finke
    CDC-ECC, December 2011.
  • ACM Internet Measurement Conference Shadow PC
  • ACM Transactions on Information and System Security (TISSEC)
  • Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) technical committee member for Technology, Culture, and International Stability
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