BiographyI came to Oxford in 2007 to purse a Master of Science in computer science. My Masters thesis was titled "Trusted Infrastructure for the Campus Grid". I enrolled for the DPhil programme as a Probabtional Research Student (PRS in Oxford terms). Am currently looking how to build architectures for trusted utility computing. Before coming to Oxford, I worked as a software engineer with CIDRZ and later EGPAF on the SmartCare project. I graduated from the University of Zambia in 2004 with a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science.
Towards Enhancing Web Application Security Using Trusted Execution
Cornelius Namiluko‚ Andrew J Paverd and Tulio De Souza
In Workshop on Web Applications and Secure Hardware − WASH'13. 2013.
Model−driven architectural risk analysis using architectural and contextualised attack patterns
Shamal Faily‚ John Lyle‚ Cornelius Namiluko‚ Andrea Atzeni and Cesare Cameroni
In Proceedings of the Workshop on Model−Driven Security. Pages 3:1–3:6. ACM. 2012.
Provenance as a Security Control
Andrew Martin‚ John Lyle and Cornelius Namiluko
In Proceedings of TaPP'12: the 4th USENIX Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Provenance. USENIX. 2012.