I am a Doctoral Researcher in the Information Security Group at University College London, where I study security and privacy aspects of digital ecosystems with a focus on emerging technologies and previously unknown attack vectors. My supervisors are Professor George Danezis and Dr. Emiliano De Cristofaro.
In cooperation with industrial partners, we recently released a prototype of our novel high-assurance cryptograpic hardware architecture, that maintains its security properties even in the presence of malicious hardware components. Moreover, our study on ultrasound tracking received wide-spread attention and is considered the seminal work on the security of that ecosystem.
In the past, I developed auditing tools for the Public Key Infrastructure of Deutsche Bank and participated in an international consortium studying large-scale security threats in telecommunication networks. Furthermore, I cooperated with the Computer Security Group of University of California, Santa Barbara in several projects, including a detection system for evasive web-malware.
I hold an M.Sc. in Information Security from UCL, and a B.Sc in Computer Science from University of Macedonia, Greece.
v.mavroudis at cs.ucl.ac.uk
Computer Science Department
University College London
London WC1E 6BT