Prof. Shin, Seung-Won and Prof. Kim, Yong-Dae’s joint research team won the Grand Prize at the 2017 Cyber Security Paper Contest.
The title of the paper is “Demystifying the Dark Web: Understanding the Underground Online Society”.
In 2017 Cyber Security Paper Contest, a total of 117 papers were submitted from Seoul National University, POSTECH, and Korea University, etc.
In this competition, joint research team of Prof. Shin Seung-won(KAIST EE), Prof. Kim Yong Dae(KAIST EE) and Prof. Son Soo-el(KAIST CS) won the Grand Prize(3,000,000 prize) with the paper “Demystifying the Dark Web: Understanding the Underground Online Society”. (1st author : Yoon Chang-hoon, Advisor : Professor Shin Seung-Won)
This paper analyzes the ecosystem and internal operating system of Dark Web Market for the first time, collecting and analyzing large amount of data (about 27 million pages) on the dark web which is a social problem in recent years.
Currently, the research team is collecting large amounts of data related to Dark Web, and is continuing to conduct research based on it. They are also developing a system to automatically detect and track contents related to crime and cyber security in the Dark Web.
– Event: Cyber Security Paper Contest
– Place: The K Hotel, Yangjae-dong
– Date and time: November 21, 2017
– Title: “Demystifying the Dark Web: Understanding the Underground Online Society”
– Author: Yoon Chang-hoon, Kim Kwan-woo, Lee Chan-hee, Son Soo-el, Kim Yong-dae, Shin Seung-won