Shajina Anand teaches Computer Science and Cybersecurity courses for B.S. in Computer Science and online M.S. in Data Science programs at Seton Hall University. She has over 10 years of experience cutting across the IT industry, academics, and research. She holds a Ph.D. from Anna University, India, and she has specialized in authentication and security on cloud computing. Her research interest is in Ethical hacking, cyberattacks, and cyber detection.
She is instrumental in setting up the cybersecurity lab at The Seton Hall University, enabling students and researchers to explore real-life cyber scenarios. Shajina is a reviewer for research papers in international journals – Springer and Elsevier.
She is the recipient of a university grant through ‘New Jersey’s opportunity meets Innovation challenge program’ to study the experiences of women in computer science.
She is a quick learner and is actively handling subjects Cybersecurity & Ethical hacking, functional Programming with Dr. Racket, Data structures, Operating Systems, Data Engineering, Object-oriented Programming, etc.
- Ph.D., Anna University
- M.E., Anna University
- B.Tech., Anna University
- "Positional-forgEry Resistant traFfic gap Estimation for Connected inTersection management", IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
- "EECDH to prevent MITM attack in cloud computing." Elsevier Journal on Digital Communications and Networks (2019), DOI: 10.1016/j.dcan.2019.10.007
- "A novel dual authentication protocol (DAP) for multi-owners in cloud computing," Springer Journal on Cluster Computing, Vol. 20, Issue 1, pp. 507-523
- "MODS: Integrated Framework for Secured Multi-Owner Data Sharing in Cloud Computing," Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience Vol.13, No.7, pp. 4562-4572, Jul. 2016
- "AECC: An Enhanced Public Key Cryptosystem for User Defined Messages." In 2019 IEEE 10th Annual Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics & Mobile Communication Conference (UEMCON), pp. 0673-0678. IEEE, 2019.
- "Mirage: A Protocol for Decentralized and Secured Communication of IoT Devices." In 2019 IEEE 10th Annual Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics & Mobile Communication Conference (UEMCON), pp. 1074-1080. IEEE, 2019.
- University grant through New Jersey Opportunity Meets Innovation Challenge program to study internship experiences of women in computer science
- University grant through Academy for Applied Analytics and Technology (A3T)
- Student advisory committee member