Congratulations to Brown’s Executive Master in Cybersecurity (EMCS) Academic Director and Plastech Professor of Computer Science Roberto Tamassia whose work achieved a top ranking on a leading list of security research papers.
Professor Tamassia’s work, Dynamic Provable Data Possession, presented a breakthrough framework for proving the integrity of data stored on third party servers. It ranked fourth in papers published in 2009 and is the 50th most cited paper since 1981.
Maintained by the leading German Technische Universitat Braunschweig, the list of security research papers is automatically generated based on citations of papers published at the four tier-one security conferences.
Professor Tamassia co-wrote this paper with three of his Ph.D. students who have since graduated:
- C. Christopher Erway, now Chief Architect of the SolarWinds Monitoring Cloud,
- Alptekin Küpçü, now Assistant Professor at Koç University
- Charalampos Papamanthou, now Assistant Professor at University of Maryland, College Park