Jaouhar Fattahi is currently with Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) at Valcartier Research Centre as a defence scientist. He is also an adjunct professor with Laval University, Quebec City, Canada. He received his Ph.D. on the security of cryptographic protocols from Laval University in October 2015. He did his postdoctoral internship in the Canadian Armed Forces Research Centre in the field of cybersecurity. He is a computer engineer since 1995 as well. Dr. Jaouhar Fattahi is the author of the theory of witness functions for verifying security inside cryptographic protocols. He now specializes in reverse engineering and machine and deep learning applied on security and cybersecurity. He is an IEEE member.
Nitul Dutta is a professor in the Computer Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering (FoE), Marwadi University, Rajkot, Gujarat, since 2014. He has a total experience of 20 years. He received B.E. degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Jorhat Engineering College, Assam (1995), and M.Tech. degree in Information Technology from Tezpur University, Assam (2002). He completed Ph.D. (Engineering) degree in the field of Mobile IPv6 at Jadavpur University (2013) and published 15 Journal and 30 conference papers. He has completed two AICTE-sponsored research projects of worth Rs. 25 lakhs (approximately) (Rs. twenty-five lakhs only). His current research interests are wireless communication, mobility management in IPv6-based network, cognitive radio networks, and cybersecurity.Mariam Ibrahim received her bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Hashemite University, Jordan, in 2008; M.S. in Mechatronics Engineering from Al Balqa Applied University, Jordan, in 2011; and the Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University, USA, in 2016. She was a lab supervisor with EE Department at the Hashemite University (2008–2011). She joined the German Jordanian University (2011) as an RA, where she got a scholarship to pursue her Ph.D. studies; she is currently an assistant professor at GJU. Her research interests include discrete event systems, stochastic systems, power systems, communication networks, healthcare systems, together with their control and resiliency analysis, and system model-based verification\attack graph generation using AADL. She is a member of Iowa Section IEEE Control Systems Society Technical Chapter. She serves as a scientific reviewer in the International Scientific Committee of the International Workshop on Systems Safety and Security – IWSSS since 2017, Journal of IET Cyber-Physical Systems: Theory & Application, 2018, and IEEE Network Magazine, 2018.
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