You are hereSilvio Cesare
I am a Ph.D. candidate at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia. My supervisor is Dr Yang Xiang. My research interests include malware detection and automated vulnerability discovery. I developed the Malwise malware classification system for my Masters research and continue to work on it today as part of my Ph.D. I also developed Clonewise and Bugwise, the bug and vulnerability detection systems.
- Ph.D. in Computer Science, Deakin University, 2013 (expected),
- Master of Informatics By Research, Central Queensland University, 2010.
- Bachelor of Information Technology, Central Queensland University, 2008.
A list of publications.
- Deakin University Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Deakin, 2010-2013 - Full scholarship for PhD program.
- University Postgraduate Research Award (UPRA), CQU, 2009-2010 - Full scholarship for Masters program.
- Queensland Alumina Ltd Informatics Prize, CQU, 2008 – Highest GPA in the compulsory 3rd year subject Information Systems Project Management.
- Byte Centre Computing Prize, CQU, 1994 – Highest combined GPA in the compulsory 1st year subjects Computing 1A and Computing 1B.
- Reviewer for Security and Computer Networks Journal, 2011.
- Session chair at NSS 2010 and EUC/IC3PP 2011 conferences.
- Ruxcon conference staff member.
- Debian secure-testing team member.
- Treasurer of the student branch of the IEEE society, CQU, 2010.
- Tutor for Introduction to IT Security Management, Deakin University, 2010.
- Tutor and Marker of 2nd year specialization subject COIT13211 Information Security, CQU, Term 1, 2010.
- Scanner architect for Qualys.
- System administrator.
- Research Assistant to Dr Yang Xiang, Deakin University, 2010.
- Research Assistant to Dr Yang Xiang, CQU, 2010.