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KAIST Network Security and Privacy Laboratory (NetSP-Lab) was established in 2016 and currently is led by Min Suk Kang, an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at School of Computing, KAIST. NetSP-Lab’s recent DDoS attacks/defenses, blockchain p2p network security research, and 5G privacy attacks have made significant impact to the international computer security research community. NetSP-Lab focuses on several network security areas, including (1) classical Internet security problems (e.g., DDoS, secure routing, software-defined networking security), (2) blockchain security and privacy (e.g., blockchain attacks, transaction privacy), (3) 4G/5G cellular network security (e.g., 5G user location tracking, radio resource depletion attacks), and (4) wireless network security (e.g., as well as security and privacy problems in emerging network systems (such as blockchains, IoT networks, 5G cellular networks). NetSP-Lab has published several papers at the major computer security conferences, such as IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy, Usenix Security, ACM CCS, NDSS Symposium. PhD students at NetSP-Lab have enjoyed global fellowship opportunities (e.g., Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship) and international collaboration.