Adaptive Security and Privacy

My colleague, Prof. Bashar Nuseibeh, has been recently awarded a prestigious ERC Advanced Research grant, as well as a Royal Society-Wolfson Merit Award, to support research in the area of adaptive privacy and security.  As a co-Investigator on some of the previous projects in this area (PRiMMA and Microsoft Research SEIF), I am pleased to be part of the research team that will work on this research with Bashar and others.  To find out more about the research agenda, visit the Adaptive Security and Privacy project website.  On a related note, we are also starting a project on Adaptive Information Security for Cloud Computing, funded by the Qatar National Research Fund, which will involve collaborating with a research team based at Qatar University.

As result of all this activity, we are soon going to be starting the recruitment process for both post-doctoral researchers and PhD students who have an interest in working in the area of adaptive systems for privacy and security.  We expect the successful candidates to be highly motivated with outstanding CVs. ​ If you are interested in finding out more, check out the Jobs page of the ASAP website for details.

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