Professional Details

Current

I am the Director of Developer Relations at Axiomatics AB, the world's leading independent provider of dynamic authorization solutions. Our products and services enable risk-intelligent access control for business critical data and secure information sharing within and across enterprises and clouds.

Previous

Before, I was a Principal Researcher at Security Futures Practice of BT Innovate & Design, where I looked into security issues related to virtualisation, cloud computing delivery model and other SOA/SOI related security issues.

I was the Fellow of Cyber Strategy Studies at The Takshashila Institution. Cyber Strategy Studies aims to look at the strategic technological and policy doctrines associated with cyber power and cyber security from an Indian perspective. The Takshashila Institution is an independent networked think tank on India's strategic affairs. I contributed on and off to Pragati, the flagship magazine of the Institution and also blog at Vyūha on related issues.

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Ph.D. years

I obtained my Ph.D. in Computer Science from Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The research carried out was in the area of distributed policy enforcement, secure computing, privacy, accountability and system & network security. My PhD advisers were Prof. Andrew S. Tanenbaum and Associate Prof. Bruno Crispo. The Ph.D. dissertation is titled "Remote Policy Enforcement Using Java Virtual Machine" and the degree was conferred on 9 Jan. 2010.

More details on the work can be found in the archive of the university hosted site.

Publications

A list of my academic and non-academic publications can be found in the publications section. My DBLP listing and ACM profile also provide details of some of the publications.

Professional Activities

Supervision

I have helped supervise the following students' PhD/Masters project:

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Book Reviews

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