I am interested in the human and social side of cyber security and its implications to user privacy. My research interests lie within the intersection of AI, cyber security, and requirements engineering. I use my background in formal logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning to solve security and privacy problems regarding socio-technical systems.
I belong to the following research groups:
My work involves both theoretical and practical aspects. My recent research interests can be summarised by these four papers: EMSE, ACM TOSEM, ICSE'17, AAAI'17
Additional material about my research and other useful links:
- My ResearchGate profile
- My full CV
- Edited journal articles: ACM TOIT, IEEE Computing Now
- Group seminar talk (2018)
- Recent invited talks (2018): Royal Holloway University of London, IEEE Turkey Computer Society Congress
- Privacy course I taught at North Carolina State University
- Kent news story about me
I currently teach Cyber Law, Software Development, Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming and Web Programming.