LSE Professor Emeritus Global_Consequences_of_ICT
Cyber Security Professor and Author
Miguel Correia is an Associate Professor at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) of the Universidade de Lisboa (ULisboa), in Lisboa, Portugal. He is a researcher at INESC-ID in the Distributed Systems Group (GSD). He is currently the coordinator of the Master Degree (MSc) in Information Systems and Computer Engineering. He has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Lisboa Faculty of Sciences. He has been involved in several international and national research projects, including the SafeCloud, PCAS, TCLOUDS, ReSIST, MAFTIA, and CRUTIAL European projects. He has more than 100 publications. His main research interests are: security, intrusion tolerance, distributed systems, distributed algorithms, computer networks, cloud computing, and critical infrastructure protection.
Jorge Pinto is a founding member and the current president of AP2SI, the Portuguese Association for the Promotion of Information Security. He is a Security enthusiast since 1992 and has been working in the last 16 years helping a variety of customers identify and solve their security problems from X.25 to the Cloud. He has a degree in Informatics Engineering from the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. He is also a member of (ISC)2, ISACA, DRII and IEEE and holds several professional certifications. For him, the IoT and IoE is the next big step in hyperconnecting the world and, as with all new advances and paradigms, it brings several challenges. He is very interested in tackling them.
Nuno Ferreira Neves is Associate Professor with Habilitation at the Department of Informatics, Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisboa. He is director of the LaSIGE – Large Scale Informatic Systems Laboratory and leads the Navigators´s group. His main research interests are in secure and dependable distributed systems. Currently, he is principal investigator at the SUPERCLOUD and SEGRID European projects, addressing security concerns in heterogeneous multi-cloud infrastructures and the protection of future smart electric grids. He is also involved as researcher in the European project BiobankClouds and participates in the Erasmus+ partnership ParIS. He is on the editorial board of the InderScience International Journal of Critical Computer-Based Systems. His work has been recognized in several occasions, for example with the IBM Scientific Prize and the William C. Carter award at IEEE FTCS/DSN. He is past PC Co-chair of IEEE Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks. He currently has more than 100 publications in journals and conferences.
edro Veiga is Full Professor at the Faculty of Sciences at the University of Lisbon (FC-UL) since 1993. He has a Degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Electrical Engineering, both from Instituto Superior Tecnico, Technical University of Lisbon. He is the President of the Portuguese Chapter of the Internet Society. His research interest are in network protocols, network security and Internet Governance.
André Zúquete got his PhD from Instituto Superior Técnico/Technical University of Lisbon (2001) and currently is Auxiliary Professor at University of Aveiro since 2003 and a researcher of IEETA (Institute of Electronics and Telematics Engineering of Aveiro). His R&D activities are centered on the area of security in distributed systems, with a special focus on the design of architectures for security and mobility with security requirements (e-Voting, e-Health, e-Government, etc.). He is member of several program committees of several conferences in the area of security and mobility. He participated in several national and international projects and did some consulting on the security for Portuguese companies and state departments. He has dozens of articles published in international forums related with security and mobility and he’s the author of a technical book on network security (in Portuguese).
Miguel Mira da Silva is Professor of Information Systems in the University of Lisbon and director at the INOV research institute where he leads the “Digital Services Innovation” group. Miguel received a PhD in Computing Science from the University of Glasgow, and more recently a prestigious master in management entitled “Sloan
Fellowship” from the London Business School. Miguel has published +100 research papers in international conferences and journals, as well as four teaching books in Portuguese. Currently, Miguel is interested in Services Innovation, Information Systems, Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Lt Col Paulo Nunes is a Signal Corps Army Officer, qualified with the Army Staff Officer’s Course. He has a degree and a Master in Electronics and Computer Science from the Instituto Superior Técnico (IST) and a PhD in Information Sciences from the Complutence University of Madrid.He has been involved in several research projects and Cyber related working groups and has been engaged at Cyber Security and Cyber Defence Capability Development Projects at NATO, EU and National levels. Lt Col Nunes is currently the scientific coordinator of the Information Warfare Master at the Military Academy and an invited Professor at the National Defence Institute, Instituto de Estudos Superiores Militares, Nova University, Minho University and Coimbra University. In 2014 he was appointed Project Manager of the “NATO Smart Defence Multinational Project on Cyber Defence Education and Training (MNCDE&T)” and the National Representative at the European Union CSDP Cyber Defence Discipline Leader Team.
José Tribolet is Full Professor of Information Systems at Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), University of Lisbon, Portugal. He serves presently as Chairman of IST´s Department of Computer Science and Engineering (DEI/IST). His main academic interests are in the areas of Enterprise Architecture, Enterprise Engineering and Enterprise Governance and Enterprise Transformation Since 2000 he has completed with success the supervision of nine Ph.D. students in Enterprise Engineering. He presently supervises 3 Ph.D. candidates, all of which are enterprise professionals. Prof. Tribolet holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT (1977). He spent a full sabbatical year at MIT´s Sloan School of Management (1997-98). He was a guest professor at IWI – the Institute for Information Management of the University of St. Gallen, in Switzerland,during the spring term of 2012. He founded in 1980 the first non-state owned research institute in Portugal, INESC – Institute for Systems and Computer Engineering. INESC is today a holding of six research institutes nationwide, three of them having become formal Associated Laboratories of the Portuguese Science System. Prof. Tribolet is the President of INESC. Prof. Tribolet has been playing an active international role in the development of the new area of Enterprise Engineering. He his co-editor of the Springer Enterprise Engineering book series. He maintains an active professional profile, personally advising top executives on matters involving Enterprise Information Systems, Architecture, Engineering, Governance, Strategy, Alignment, Transformation and Knowledge Management aspects. He is presently engaged in GPERRTIC, a 6 year national strategic program to rationalize and improve the Information Systems and IT infrastructures of the Portuguese public administration, where he serves as a member of its Advisory Board.
Jovan Golic has been working in the field of information security for more than three decades, both in academic and industrial world. In his current position at the Security Lab of Telecom Italia Group.
Jovan Golic established a worldwide reputation for his research and innovation contributions to many areas of cryptography, cryptanalysis, hardware security, network security, and information security in general. He has published more than one hundred papers in prestigious international journals and book series, e.g., 25 papers in the IEEE Transactions. He holds a dozen international patents or patent applications, produced while working with Telecom Italia.Jovan Golic has been the Action Line Leader for Privacy, Security & Trust of the EIT ICT Labs since July 2013 and leading the selection committee for EIT ICT Labs Idea Challenge business competition for scouting new startups in the Privacy Security and Trust industry.
Ella Kolkowska is an Assistant Professor at Orebro University School of Business, Informatics. Her main area of interest is information security with focus on end-users security behaviors. Especially she has studied how users’ professional values influence their behaviors with respect to information security policies (ISP) and guidelines. She has also studied how ISPs should be designed to reflect current professional practice. Recently Kolkowska has started to study privacy in context of smart homes technologies used in elderly care. Such technology introduces completely new ways of working, making it possible to collect and access data. Ella’s interest is to investigate the use of sensor technology/intelligent systems for monitoring of elderly in their homes from an information security perspective in order to: a) understand the tensions between values built into IT-solutions, and different stakeholders’ views on privacy and b) leverage development of “secure” and ethical viable sensor technology/ intelligent systems.
João Paulo Magalhães holds a PhD in Information Science and Technology from University of Coimbra.Currently, he is Adjunct Professor at School of Management and Technology (ESTGF) at the Polytechnic of Porto (IPP) where he used to teach Systems Administration, Secure Programming and Secure Information Systems. He is also the Director of Computer and Network Security bachelor degree. João Paulo is member of two research groups: the Centre for Research and Innovation in Business Sciences and Information Systems (CIICESI) at School of Management and Technology at the Polytechnic of Porto and the Centre for Informatics and Systems of the University of Coimbra (CISUC) at University of Coimbra. He has published several papers in top-ranked conferences and journals and is author of a book in the area of self-healing systems/autonomic computing. João Paulo also has a professional background outside the academia. He is CTO at Globinnova Cyber Intelligence and has served as team coordinator (UNIX and AS-400) and as UNIX system administration in a large Portuguese company.
Bruno Soares is the founding President of the ISACA Lisbon Chapter, member of several professional associations in the areas of Auditing (IIA), IT Governance (ISACA, IPCG), and Project Management (PMI). He is advisor and visiting professor at ISCAC – Coimbra Business School, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Universidade Portucalense (UPT), ISLA Campus Lisboa | Laureate International Universities and Unipê – Centro Universitário de João Pessoa – Paraíba, Brasil.
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