Carter Yagemann

Carter Yagemann

Ph.D. Student

Georgia Institute of Technology

I am a Ph.D. student in the Institute for Information Security and Privacy at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where I am advised by Prof. Wenke Lee and Prof. Brendan Saltaformaggio. My research interests include computer systems security with focuses on binary analysis, vulnerability discovery and prevention, machine learning, and mobile operating systems security.

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"Modeling Large-Scale Manipulation in Open Stock Markets" to Appear in IEEE Security & Privacy

Wed 26 May 2021

An article my coauthors and I wrote on automated large-scale market manipulation will be appearing in the November issue of IEEE Security & Privacy. It is currently available early access here. Below is the abstract:

This article studies the feasibility of using a botnet to automate stock market manipulation, incorporating data from U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission case files, security surveys of online retail brokerage accounts, and dark web marketplace listings.