When Gossip is Good: Distributed Inference for Network Intrusion Detection
Eve Schooler joined Intel in 2005. She is a Senior Research Scientist and the Principal Investigator leading the Distributed Detection and Inference (DDI) project, a strategic research project (SRP) that focuses on distributed network anomaly detection in large-scale Enterprise networks. Her broad interests lie at the intersection of distributed systems, networking, and scalable group algorithm design. In addition, she enjoys finding excuses to combine technology with the Arts, particularly with Music. Eve obtained her BS from Yale University, an MS from UCLA, and a PhD from Caltech, all in Computer Science. Prior to Intel, she worked at AT&T Labs-Research, Information Sciences Institute (ISI), and Apollo Computers.