Two articles accepted at DFRWS US

(2021-04-08; Publication/Conference)

Excited to announce that the following two articles have been accepted as full papers at DFRWS US and will be presented during the all-virtual event from July 12-14, 2021. What do incident response practitioners need to know? A skillmap for the years ahead Malware family classification via efficient Huffman features Thank you to my co-authors: […]

Joining the University of Lausanne

(2021-04-02; General Info)

After almost two great years with the University of Liechtenstein, I started a new position at the University of Lausanne (UNIL) in the School of Criminal Justice as an Associate Professor of Digital Forensic Science and Investigation on April 1st 2021. I am excited to join a thriving University, be surrounded by ambitious colleagues and […]

EEA ADVANCES Project funded

(2021-03-03; General Info)

Happy to announce that the ADVANCES project, where I act as the PI on behalf of the University of Liechtenstein, was funded. The project ADVANCES, which aims to improve the performance of cybersecurity specialists, will bring together scientists of Vilnius University (VU), General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania, Norwegian University of Science and Technology […]

Full Research Paper accepted and to be presented at DFRWS EU

(2021-02-02; Publication/Conference)

Our paper Bringing Order to Approximate Matching: Classification and Attacks on Similarity Digest Algorithms was accepted at the Digital Forensics Research Conference Europe (DFRWS EU) and will be presented during Paper Session IV – Digital Forensics Concepts. Thank you to my colleagues Miguel Martín-Pérez and Ricardo J. Rodríguez from the University of Zaragoza (Spain) for […]