- Joined Department of Computer Science at Durham University as Assitant Professor.

- Submitted our survey paper on "Technologies for Trustworthy Machine Learning: A Survey in a Socio-Technical Context" to ACM Computing Surveys Journal


- My paper got accepted in ACM Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency (ACM FAT*) in Barcelona in 2020.

- Participated in W3C Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee Meetings (TPAC) in Fukuaka, Japan for advising on the security aspects of sensors in Device and Sensor (DAS) Working Group.

- DOMtegrity published in International Journal of Information Security.


- My final dissertation on "New Advances in Tamper Evident Technologies" can be accessed here.

- Our proposed DRE based Electronic Voting protocol got accepted into phase 3 of "Innovate UK Cyber Security Academic Startups Programme".

- Shortlisted for Stage 2 in the "EPSRC Connected Nation Pioneers Competition".

- Our proposed DRE based Electronic Voting protocol got accepted into phase 2 of "Innovate UK Cyber Security Academic Startups Programme".

- We released the source code of DOMtegrity, our proposed protocol to detect tampering in the web page source code by malicious extensions.


- Fingerprinting Papers to protect documents against forgery featured in The Economist as "secure paper" and in Wallstreet Journal as "cheap and tough to crack" solution for counterfeiting.

- Our research in accepted in ACM TOPS. Robust,efficient algorithm to identify a #paper by its #fingerprint:


- Raked 3rd in "The Economist Cyber security Challenge"

- Appeared in various media outlets including BBC, the Guardian, ... for our JavaScript-based attacks on user PINs through mobile sensors


- Acknowledged by Mozilla, Apple and Chrome for discovering some critical bugs in mainstream browsers for JavaScript Mobile Sensor Permissions. Firefox and Safari fixed the vulnerability in their latest releases in iOS 9.3 and Firefox 46.

- Cited by W3C starndard draft for deviceorientation API, our work was the motivation to add a "security and privacy" section to the standard document.