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Accepted Paper:

Roundtable participant: Lorenzo Cavallaro  
Lorenzo Cavallaro (University College London)

Paper short abstract:

Lorenzo Cavallaro grew up on pizza, spaghetti, and Phrack, first. Underground and academic research interests followed shortly thereafter. He is a Full Professor of Computer Science at UCL Computer Science, where he leads the Systems Security Research Lab (https://s2lab.cs.ucl.ac.uk) within the Information Security Research Group.

Paper long abstract:

He speaks, publishes at, and sits on the technical program committees of top-tier and well-known international conferences including IEEE S&P, USENIX Security, ACM CCS, ACSAC, and DIMVA, as well as emerging thematic workshops (e.g., Deep Learning for Security at IEEE S&P, and AISec at ACM CCS), and received the USENIX WOOT Best Paper Award in 2017. Lorenzo is Program Co-Chair of Deep Learning and Security 2021-22, DIMVA 2021-22, and he was Program Co-Chair of ACM EuroSec 2019-20 and General Co-Chair of ACM CCS 2019. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Milan (2008), held Post-Doctoral and Visiting Scholar positions at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (2010-2011), UC Santa Barbara (2008-2009), and Stony Brook University (2006-2008), worked in the Department of Informatics at King's College London (2018-2021), where he held the Chair in Cybersecurity (Systems Security), and the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway, University of London (2012-2018). He's definitely never stopped wondering and having fun throughout.

Roundtable R04
When Cyber Security Meets AI Ethics: What human society will be like by 2030?
  Session 1 Wednesday 8 June, 2022, -