6.E.040, Building 28, EEMCS,
Delft University of Technology,
My research is about [Machine Learning for Cyber Security]. I aim to demystify machine learning for security analysts. To this end, I develop explainable sequential machine learning pipelines for several cybersecurity analysis tasks.
Next to research, I teach introductory Cyber Security to BSc. (Computer Science and Engineering) students. The teaching material can be found under Cyber Security Lecture Series.
Outside of work, I love landscape photography and traveling. I enjoy discussions about human psychology, devious behavior, cats, imposter syndrome, and… well… cats.
|11-2021||Co-organizing the Cybersecurity Next Generation (CSng 2021) workshop.|
|08-2021||Presenting our paper on SAGE at the KDD AI4Cyber workshop.|
|08-2021||Presenting a poster at the Machine Learning Summer School!|
|06-2021||Our paper on SAGE has been accepted at VizSec as a short paper!|
|03-2021||My photo entry about the concept Open won an award during Open Education Week.|
AI+SecIntelligent Malware DefensesIn AI+Sec: Artificial Intelligence and Security, 2021 (Forthcoming)
VizSecSAGE: Intrusion Alert-driven Attack Graph ExtractorIn Proceedings of the 18th IEEE Symposium on Visualization for Cyber Security (VizSec), 2021 (Forthcoming)
MAAIDLBeyond Labeling: Using Clustering to Build Network Behavioral Profiles of
Malware FamiliesIn Malware Analysis Using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning, 2021