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I am a PhD student in the Information Security Group at the University College London, under the supervision of Professor George Danezis.

My research interests include Private Computations, Privacy-preserving Statistics & Analytics, Anonymity networks and certain aspects of Systems & Telecommunication Networks Security . I am always keen to do practically applicable research, and hence I enjoy building actual systems, which solve real-world problems.

I hold an M.Sc. in Information Security from UCL, and a B.Sc in Computer Science from University of Macedonia, Greece. Moreover, I participated in a summer student exchange program on "Security in IT Systems", in Danmarks Tekniske Universitet.

In the past, I worked as a researcher in the Computer Security Group of University of California, Santa Barbara, in the Centre for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH) and in the GT Security/Security Information Solutions department of Deutsche Bank, in Frankfurt.

Vasilios Mavroudis

v.mavroudis at cs.ucl.ac.uk

Computer Science Department
University College London
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT
United Kingdom

Publications

Peer-reviewed
  • Title concealed (under review).
    Mavroudis V., Hao S., Fratantonio Y., Maggi F., Kruegel C., Vigna G., USENIX 2016
  • On the Detection of Intrusions in the Core of 3G/4G Mobile Networks (under review).
    Mavroudis V., Drosou A., Tzovaras D.
  • Visual Analytics for enhancing supervised attack attribution in mobile networks.
    Papadopoulos S., Mavroudis V., Drosou A.., Tzovaras D., 29th International Symposium on Computer and Information Sciences 2014
  • Development of realtime mobile security monitoring system.
    Mavroudis V., Mavridis I., 2nd conference on information technology applications and administration strategies, Greece, 2010. (in Greek)
  • Use and effective appliance of free and open source software in education.
    Mavroudis V., Mouratis S., 4th national conference of information technology teachers, Greece, 2010. (in Greek)
Theses
  • Crux: Privacy-preserving Statistics for Tor, Information Security Group, University College London, UK, 2015.
    Supervisor: George Danezis
  • Cassiopeia: Real-time mobile security monitoring system, Dept. of Applied Informatics, University of Macedonia, Greece, 2012.
    Supervisor: Ioannis Mavridis
Technical Reports
Invited Talks
  • Cassiopeia: Mobile security monitoring. FOSS conference 2011, Greece.