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About Sajal Bhatia

Dr. Sajal Bhatia is an Assistant Professor (Cybersecurity) and Director of MS Cybersecurity program within the School of Computing at Sacred Heart University, CT. His primary research interest revolves around Network Security - both in wired and wireless domain, in particular areas such as Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks synthetic traffic generation, critical infrastructure security, and intrusion detection. More recently he has been interested in exploring Intrusion Detection System (IDS) for Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Cybersecurity Education. Prior to joining Sacred Heart, Sajal worked as Postdoctoral Research Scholar at Fordham University and at the Institute for Software Integrated System at Vanderbilt University where he was exploring the area of secure and resilient cyber-physical systems.

Sajal obtained his PhD from the Information Security Research Institute at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia in 2013. His PhD thesis entitled Detecting Distributed Denial-of-Service Attacks and Flash Events was nominated for the University Outstanding Thesis Award by the external reviewers. Sajal holds bachelor’s degree in Communication and Computer Engineering awarded by the LNM Institute of Information Technology, India in 2008. Prior to starting his doctoral studies, he worked as a Project Associate at IIT Kanpur.

Positions

August 2017 - Present Assistant Professor, Sacred Heart University School of Computer Science & Engineering
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August 2017 - Present Program Director, Master of Science in Cybersecurity, Sacred Heart University School of Computer Science & Engineering
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Education

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July 2009 - August 2013 Ph.D., Queensland University of Technology ‐ Information Security Research Institute
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July 2004 - July 2008 B.Tech. Communication & Computer Engineering, The LNM Institute of Information Technology
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Contact Information

Computer Science and Engineering 
West Campus West Building
WCW*W3B304 
Jack Welch College of Business

203-371-7799

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