The CS department of the Open University is active in research on
various topics related to security and privacy. Below is a list of the
researchers active in these fields, a link to their homepage (when
available) and, for each, a list of the topics of his/her
- virtual security labs
- (usable) security of on-line banking
- botnet detection with deep-learning networks
- governance of botnet detection
- energy analysis of blockchain consensus algorithms
- resilience of distributed networks
- security of communication protocols for IoT
- IoT in smart cities.
- browser and phone fingerprinting,
- security protocol analysis,
- fraud detection,
- web vulnerability scanning,
- privacy and verifiability of electronic voting and auctions,
- smartphone-related privacy,
- context-driven privacy and security,
- privacy-by-default and enforced privacy.
- attribute based credentials,
- mathematics education,
- privacy-preserving technologies.
- Mobile communication security,
- privacy-preserving authorisation with IRMA.
- Computer graphics,
- Virtual reality.
- Attribute-based credentials,
- privacy-friendly identity management,
- privacy-preserving authorisation with IRMA,
- polymorpghic encryption and pseudonymisation.
- anomaly detection,
- botnet detection.
- security in IoT
- attack trees
- safety-security interplay