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Research at the Security Group at TU/e covers both empirical and theoretical areas of computer security, including network detection and system authentication, physical security and malware engineering and trading, as well as management of health and sensible data and risk evaluation.
Below you can find an updated list of the recent and core contributions in these areas of research.
|Research Area||Staff member(s)||Sample of output|
|Network monitoring||S. Etalle J. Hartog Emmanuele Zambon-Mazzocato||
|Software security||Wil Michiels|
|Secure data management||Jerry den Hartog, Milan Petkovic, Nicola Zannone||
|Trustworthy AI and Deep learning applied to cyber security||Milan Petkovic|
|Process mining applied to security and privacy||Nicola Zannone||
|Attacker economics and operating environment||L. Allodi||
|Cyber-risk quantification||L. Allodi||
|Identification and Authentication||Boris Skoric||
|Information-theoretic security||Boris Skoric||
|IoT Security and Privacy||https://ssciancalepore.win.tue.nl/Savio Sciancalepore]]|
* Mitigating Energy Depletion Attacks in IoT Networks via Random Time-Slotted Channel Access. Savio Sciancalepore, Pietro Tedeschi, Usman Riasat, and Roberto Di Pietro. 2021 IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS), October 4-6, 2021.