Henry's research interests include the security of biometric systems, in particular voice systems, authentication and adversarial machine learning.
Henry graduated from Imperial College London with an MEng in Computing, completing his thesis on Physiological Value Based Security in Body Sensor Networks. He previously interned as a Software Engineer at McAfee, and completed a UROP at Imperial College on Remote Attestation mechanisms. At Oxford Henry is a member of the Secure Systems Lab, and also of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cybersecurity.
SLAP: Improving Physical Adversarial Examples with Short−Lived Adversarial Perturbations
Giulio Lovisotto‚ Henry Turner‚ Ivo Sluganovic‚ Martin Strohmeier and Ivan Martinovic
In 30th USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 21). August, 2021.
Seeing Red: PPG Biometrics Using Smartphone Cameras
Giulio Lovisotto‚ Henry Turner‚ Simon Eberz and Ivan Martinovic
In IEEE 15th Computer Society Workshop on Biometrics. IEEE. June, 2020.
Attacking Speaker Recognition Systems with Phoneme Morphing
Henry Turner‚ Giulio Lovisotto and Ivan Martinovic
In European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS). Pages 471–492. Springer. 2019.