Cyber Crime and How to prevent from Becoming a Cyber Crime Victim

Oct 21, 2021

Center for Community Services co-organize the Cyber Crime and How to Prevent from Becoming a Cyber Crime Victim seminar

Date: 10/31/2021 11 AM – 12 AM


Dr. Kangjie Lu is an assistant professor in the Computer Science & Engineering Department of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. His research interests include security and privacy, program analysis, and operating systems. He is particularly interested in developing foundational techniques that enable security mechanisms and analyses, automatically finding and eliminating classes of vulnerabilities introduced by both developers and compilers, and hardening systems while preserving their reliability and efficiency. His research results are regularly published at top-tier venues and have led to many important security updates in the Linux kernel, the Android OS, the FreeBSD kernel, Apple’s iOS, OpenSSL, etc.  He is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award 2021 and won the best paper award at ACM CCS 2019.  He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology. More details can be found at

John Bonhage 简历
John Bonhage is a special agent of FBI, an expert in Cyber Security and Cyber Crime Prevention. He graduated from Fordham University in New York City with a Bachelors Degree in History in 1991. Prior to joining the FBI in 1995, John was a teacher in Japan and Alaska and traveled extensively around the world, to include living in India, Nigeria and Japan for 16 years. He is a board member of the FBI Infragard Minnesota Chapter as the FBI coordinator.