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 Paul Van Oorschot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Van Oorschot
Canada Research Chair in Network and Software Security;
Professor, Carleton University, Computer Science Department


Stream 3 - technologies that identify, anonymize and authenticate

Biography

Paul Van Oorschot (Ph.D., Waterloo, 1988) is a Professor in the School of Computer Science at Carleton University (Ottawa), Canada Research Chair in Network and Software Security, and founding director of Carleton’s Digital Security Group. He has worked in research and development in applied cryptography and network security at Bell-Northern Research (Ottawa), at Entrust Inc. (Ottawa) as VP and Chief Scientist, and as Chief Scientist at Cloakware Corp. (Ottawa). He serves regularly on international conference program committees in security and cryptography, and is co-author of the standard reference Handbook of Applied Cryptography.  His current researchinterests include authentication, application security, software protection, network security, and security infrastructures.
 
 
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