- Protocol Design
- Applied Cryptography
- Distributed systems security
- Security for the Internet of Things
- Privacy and Inference Control
- Human - Computer Interaction
Angeliki holds a Diploma (M.Eng. equivalent) in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Democritus University of Thrace (Greece, 2014). She received her M.Sc. in Communications & Computer Security jointly delivered by Telecom ParisTech and Eurecom (France, 2014), as a 'VRIka!' Scholar of the French Embassy in Greece. She was enrolled at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security, at the University of Oxford in 2016 as a Linacre College student member, funded by the EPSRC. After completing her training year, she joined the Department of Computer Science, under the supervision of Prof. Kasper Rasmussen. During her studies, she has pursued internships at British Telecom (the U.K., 2014), at Thales (France, 2016) and at ICS-FORTH (Greece, 2020), all focused on security research topics.
Her DPhil thesis studies the design of secure and decentralised protocols for the communication of entities in the IoT domain and is partially supported by a Russel Group Studentship by British Telecom.
SeCaS: Secure Capability Sharing Framework for IoT Devices in a Structured P2P Network
Angeliki Aktypi‚ Kubra Kalkan and Kasper B. Rasmussen
In 10th ACM Conference on Data and Application Security and Privacy (CODASPY '20). Pages 271–282. ACM. March, 2020.
Unwinding Ariadne's Identity Thread: Privacy Risks with Fitness Trackers and Online Social Networks
Angeliki Aktypi‚ Jason R.C. Nurse and Michael Goldsmith
In 1st International Workshop on Multimedia Privacy and Security in conjunction with the 24th ACM Conference on Computer and Communication Security (CCS'17). ACM. October, 2017.