I've attended the 7th International Cybersecurity Symposium, Keio University, Tokyo, where I've presented the 5-year plan for the Global Capture the Flag CTF initiative called C2C (Country2Country), which is the successor of the Cambridge2Cambridge CTF. This initiative is led by the InterNational Cyber Security Center of Excellence (INCS-CoE).
I'm now Senior Lecturer, and I'm now associated with the Systems and Software Security Lab (S3Lab).
A fully funded PhD studentship starting in October 2018 is available. The focus of the PhD studentship is on threat modelling of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Please note that only British applicants can apply for this position. To apply, please visit this page.
Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Trustworthy Systems starting July 2018. The Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London, is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher for the EU Horizon2020-funded FutureTPM project. The successful candidate will join the ISG by working on the development and integration of quantum-resistant cryptography into the Trusted Platform Module (TPM), on the development of a virtual quantum-resistant TPM, and on dissemination and standardization activities of the project. To apply, please visit this page.
We are thrilled to be part of the EU Horizon2020 Project FutureTPM (Future Proofing the Connected World: A Quantum-Resistant Trusted Platform Module)! More info can be found here.
The slides for the Lecture I gave on Ransomware for the Lorenzo Cavallaro's Course Malicious Software are available here.
We have released the dataset for the ransomware analysis: you can find it here.
Our paper, "Efficient Attack Graph Analysis through Approximate Inference", has been accepted at ACM TOPS Journal! Authors: Luis Muñoz-González, Daniele Sgandurra, Andrea Paudice, Emil C. Lupu.
Our paper, "Exact Inference Techniques for the Analysis of Bayesian Attack Graphs", has been accepted at IEEE TDSC Journal! Authors: Luis Muñoz-González, Daniele Sgandurra, Martín Barrère, Emil C. Lupu.
My article titled "CIA hacking Q&A: can your TV spy on you and is your phone listening in?" has been published on The Conversation (March 9, 2017).
I've recently joined the ISG at Royal Holloway as a Lecturer. This year, I'm lecturing Computer Security (Operating Systems) - IY5512: MSc in Information Security, First Term 2016-2017.