Motorola Foundation Professor, Vice President for Interdisciplinary Research, Office of the Executive Vice President for Research
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Raheem Beyah is a native of Atlanta, Georgia. His work is at the intersection of the networking and security fields. He leads the Georgia Tech Communications Assurance and Performance Group (CAP). The CAP Group develops algorithms that enable a more secure network infrastructure, with computer systems that are more accountable and less vulnerable to attacks. Through experimentation, simulation, and theoretical analysis, CAP provides solutions to current network security problems and to long-range challenges as current networks and threats evolve.
Beyah recieved his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University in 1998. He received his Master's and Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech in 1999 and 2003, respectively. Prior to returning to Georgia Tech, Beyah was a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at Georgia State University, a research faculty member with the Georgia Tech Communications Systems Center (CSC), and a consultant in Andersen Consulting's (now Accenture) Network Solutions Group.
Areas of Expertise
Cyber-Physical Systems Security | Industrial Internet of Things Security | Network Security | Cybersecurity
Core Research Areas: Cybersecurity
Raheem Beyah photo by Rob Felt.
Shown with grid devices and a schematic are (L-R) graduate student David Formby, Associate Professor Raheem Beyah, and Assistant Professor Jonathan Rogers. Photo by Rob Felt.
Georgia Tech faculty members Eric Feron, Raheem Beyah, Aaron Ames and Magnus Egerstedt are collaborating on the Robotarium. Photo by Raftermen Photography.