Dr Richard Baker
Wireless security, software radio and the use of physical phenomena in securing systems.
Richard is a Research Associate in the Systems Security Lab, Department of Computer Science, Oxford. He was awarded a DPhil in Cybersecurity from University of Oxford in 2019 and previously an MEng in Computing from Imperial College London in 2010. He is an alumnus of the CDT in Cybersecurity (2014 -- 2019) and a founding member of Oxford Competitive Computer Security Society / Ox002147.
- TPC Member, The Second ACM/IEEE Workshop on Security and Privacy in Edge Computing (EdgeSP 2019)
- Invited Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems (IEEE TITS)
- Invited Reviewer, ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security (ACM TOPS) (formerly TISSEC)
- Invited Reviewer, The 18th International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS 2020)
Signal injection attacks against CCD image sensors
Sebastian Kohler‚ Richard Baker and Ivan Martinovic
In Proc. 2022 ACM ASIA Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ACM ASIACCS 2022). ACM. 2022.
#PrettyFlyForAWiFi: real−world detection of privacy invasion attacks by drones
Simon Birnbach‚ Richard Baker‚ Simon Eberz and Ivan Martinovic
In ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security. 2021.
They see me rollin': inherent vulnerability of the rolling shutter in CMOS image sensors
Sebastian Köhler‚ Giulio Lovisotto‚ Simon Birnbach‚ Richard Baker and Ivan Martinovic
In Proc. Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC 2021). ACM. 2021.