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Haram Park

Former Korea Foundation Junior Scholar

Professional affiliation

M.E. (Masters of Engineering), Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Korea University

Full Biography

Haram Park is a 2022-2023 KF Junior Scholar at the Wilson Center's Hyundai Motor-Korea Foundation Center for Korean History and Public Policy. Recently, he received his M.E. (Masters of Engineering) in Computer Security from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Korea University. Park is also a cybersecurity researcher at Korea University’s Computer & Communication Security Laboratory. He has researched hacking techniques and security vulnerabilities in wireless communication, open source, and automobile. Utilizing his technical background, Park will research cybersecurity related to North Korea during his Korea Foundation Junior Scholar program at the Wilson Center (August 2022-Feburary 2023). His research project focuses on analyzing North Korea’s cyberattacks and suggesting the counterstrategies. Before joining the Wilson Center, Park published the paper, "L2Fuzz: Discovering Bluetooth L2CAP Vulnerabilities Using Stateful Fuzz Testing" at IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN), and also participated Google and Apple’s bug bounty program. Park holds dual bachelors degrees in Philosophy and Computer Science from Korea University.