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I'm a Research Associate at the Computing Department of Imperial College London, working in the Resilient Systems' Security (RISS) group led by Emil Lupu. and I'm also involved in the Coco Cloud EU project.

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News

Our paper, "Formalizing Threat Models for Virtualized Systems", has been accepted at the 30th Annual IFIP WG 11.3 Working Conference on Data and Applications Security and Privacy (DBSec 2016)! Authors: Daniele Sgandurra, Erisa Karafili and Emil Lupu.

Our paper, "Evolution of Attacks, Threat Models and Solutions for Virtualized Systems", has been accepted for publication in ACM Computing Surveys! Authors: Daniele Sgandurra and Emil Lupu.

Short BIO

I hold a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Pisa (2010), supervised by Prof. F. Baiardi. During my PhD studies I've worked on virtualization security. In particular, my research has focused around virtual machine introspection to enable a secure virtual machine to check the state of a monitored virtual machine. I've also been a visiting student for 5 months at IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, collaborating in the security group supervised by Diego Zamboni and Andreas Wespi, by participating in the Phantom project. From 2010 to 2013 I've been a PostDoc researcher at the Institute of Informatics and Telematics of the Italian National Research Council (CNR) located in Pisa, where I've mainly worked in the field of mobile security.

Since 2014, I'm a Research Associate at the Department of Computing, Imperial College London, working in the Security Group lead by Emil Lupu. Here, I'm focused in the field of threat modeling for Cloud systems, and I'm also involved in the Coco Cloud EU project.

External Profiles

My publications on the DBLP database
My profile on Google Scholar
My publications on the ACM Author Profile Page

Contact Info

Daniele Sgandurra:
Email:
d.sgandurra at imperial dot ac dot uk
Place:
Imperial College London
Department of Computing
Huxley Building
South Kensington Campus