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Lero, Tiernney Building, University of Limerick, Ireland
PhD in Software Engineering, Imperial College London, UK, 1994
MSc in the Foundations of Advanced Information Technology, Imperial College London, UK, 1989
BSc (First Class Honours) in Computer Systems Engineering, University of Sussex, UK, 1988.
Fellow of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (FIET)
Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS)
Fellow of the Irish Computer Society (FICS)
Member of Academia Europaea (MAE)
Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems (TAAS)
Editor-in-Chief (Emeritus) of IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (TSE)
Editor-in-Chief (Emeritus) of Automated Software Engineering Journal (ASE)
Software Engineering & Design
Adaptive Software & Systems
Security & Privacy Engineering
Consultancies and advisory for large organisations, including NASA, NATS, British Council.
Commercialisation projects around adaptive security (ERC Proof of Concept Grant, 2016-2018) and adaptive privacy (2017 IET Innovation Award for Cyber Security)
I am interested in the developing software-intensive (digital) security systems for cyber-physical and socio-technical systems. I am interested in developing and applying modelling and analysis techniques to support the construction, delivery and operation of secure systems, systems that are privacy aware, and systems that are forensics ready. My research group and I have developed so called asset-centric and topology-aware techniques for protecting a variety of ‘smart’ spaces, including social spaces such as homes, work spaces such as buildings, and urban spaces such as cities. In the context of the Confirm Centre, I am interested in extending and applying some of these techniques to managing the security of factories and the supply chain. I am also interested in way in which cyber-physical technologies can collaborate to achieve security goals, and we are developing ‘collaborative security’ techniques for this purpose. Finally, my group and I are investigating techniques for evaluating and ensuring compliance to (security and privacy) policies, regulations and standards in particular projects, systems, organisations and broader jurisdictions. Our work sabs a number of application domains such as aviation (including drones), sustainability (including food security), healthcare (including community care), and policing.
My research groups funded form a variety of sources including the European Union (ERC), SFI (Lero, Confirm, and ENABLE), EPSRC (UK), and industry. More details on selected projects are available from our group websites: http://sead1.open.ac.uk and http://spare.lero.ie.
Amel Bennaceur, Thein Than Tun, Arosha K. Bandara, Yijun Yu, and Bashar Nuseibeh, Feature-driven Mediator Synthesis: Supporting Collaborative Security in the Internet of Things. ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems (In Press). Liliana Pasquale, Carlo Ghezzi, Edoardo Pasi, Christos Tsigkanos, Menouer Boubekeur, Blanca Florentino, Tarik Hadzic, Bashar Nuseibeh, “Topology Aware Access Control of Cyber-Physical Spaces”, IEEE Computer, Vol. 50, no. 7, pp. 54-63, 2017. Liliana Pasquale, Sorren Hanvey, Mark Mcgloin, and Bashar Nuseibeh, “Adaptive Evidence Collection in the Cloud Using Attack Scenarios”, Computers and Security Journal, Vol. 59, pp.236-254, 2016. Charith Perera, Ciaran, Mccormick, Arosha K. Bandara, Blaine Price, and Bashar Nuseibeh, “Privacy-by-Design Framework for Assessing Internet of Things Applications and Platforms”, Proceedings of International Conference on the Internet of Things (IOT 2016), 7-9 November 2016, Stuttgart, Germany. Bashar Nuseibeh, Charles B. Haley, and Craig Foster, “Securing the skies: In requirements we trust.”, IEEE Computer, 42(9) pp. 64–72.