- June 2017 : A spinoff called “Zilliqa Research” has launched a new blockchain protocol based on secure sharding, derived from a paper that appeared at ACM CCS'16 and it is one of the intellectual contributions out of Tsunami project.
- February 21-22 2017 :The 2nd Singapore Cyber Security R&D Conference (SG-CRC 2017) which was held at the campus of National Universirty of Singapore is featured in NUS News and The Strait Times.
- February 19-21 2017 : Student Workshop on Singapore Cyber Security R&D Conference 2017 was held at the campus of National University of Singapore.
- January 23 2017: AFLFast and other fuzzing tools that have been developed in our team have exposed several high-profile bugs in the wide-spread Linux utilities (GNU Coreutils) before they were distributed with the official next release. AFLFast actually found more than 30 crashes in the widespread GNU Binutils and Coreutils. Our research is discussed in the recent blog post of the Coreutils package maintainer Padraig Brady.
- October 10-12 2016: TSUNAMi project has a booth at Govware event for technology showcase.
- September 20 2016 : The Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium (SGCSC) led by Prof. Abhik Roychoudhury was launched at TechVenture 2016. The press release on the launch of the Consortium is now available on the NUS website.
- August 23 2016 : AFLfast is released. Some ideas of the paper have been implementated in the original version of AFL and have significantly improve the efficiency of AFL. There are 170 tweets about AFLfast and CCS paper after a few days of its release.
- August 1 2016 : Dr. K V Raghavan, an Associate Professor from Indian Institute of Science will be visiting TSUNAMi centre for 6 months.
- December 2015 : Abhik Roychoudhury's perspective paper "Formula-based Program Debugging" to appear in Communications of ACM. The paper presents a perspective on new directions in program debugging and patching.
- November 2015 : Visit Dexecure, a start-up company launched by Prateek Saxena
- January 2015 : TSUNAMi project starts for a period of five years.
- October 15 2014 : TSUNAMi project funded for a period of 5 years, by National Research Foundation under National Cyber-Security Program