I received the master degree in computer science in 2016, at the University of Padova, Italy, with a thesis about the application of relational data mining. From October 2018, I am a PhD Student at the Brain, Mind and Computer Science (BMCS) School of the University of Padua under the supervision of Prof. Mauro Conti. I am a member of the SPRITZ research group.
My research interests lie primarily on the security of the authentication systems, with a particular focus on those systems based on Machine Learning. So far, I have mainly focused on behavioural biometrics.
Full CV (last update: November 23)
List of Publications
- Stefano Cecconello, Alberto Compagno, Mauro Conti, Daniele Lain, & Gene Tsudik.
Skype & Type: Keyboard Eavesdropping in Voice-over-IP.
ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security (TOPS), 22 columns (4), 1-34, 2019.
International Conferences And Workshops
- Mattia Carlucci, Stefano Cecconello, Mauro Conti, & Piero Romare.
Eathentication: A Chewing-based Authentication Method.
Proceeding of the IEEE Conference on Communications and Network Security (CNS), in press, 2020.
- Moreno Ambrosin, Stefano Cecconello, Mauro Conti, & Daniele Lain.
A roaming-based denial of service attack on LTE networks: poster.
Proceedings of the 10th ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks, 283-284, 2017.
- Organizer for CyberChallenge (2020), University of Padova.
- Teaching assistant of Database course (2019/2020). Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, University of Padova.
- Teaching assistant of Computer Science and bioinformatics for Biology (2018/2019, 2019/2020). Bachelor's degree in Biology, University of Padova.
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Torre Archimede, via Trieste 63
35121 Padova, Italy.