I'm a Cyber Security enthusiast and researcher.
I'm currently working as a Senior Cyber Security Engineer at Johnson Controls, where I specialize in Product Security and Enterprise Application Security. I report to the Director of Global Product Security Engineering & Innovation Services, where I lead the ongoing development of an automated Red Teaming ecosystem for the Global Product Security Technical Services team - a best-in-class scalable system for internal security assessment and pen-testing capabilities, applied to various product lines at JCI.
I was previously a Post-Doctoral Researcher (Cyber Security) at the Mobile and Internet Systems Laboratory (MISL), Department of Computer Science, University College Cork (UCC), Ireland. I worked as part of the CHIST-ERA DYPOSIT project. My research was directed by Dr. Simon Foley, and focused primarily on autonomic security control reconfiguration, and the problem of large, shared Cyber-Physical System infrastructures under attack.
I have served as a nominated peer-reviewer of scientific publications for the European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS).
I succeeded in my viva voce defence at the Department of Computer Science in UCC for a Ph.D. in reasoning about anomaly-free policy management for network and host-based access control mechanisms in 2017. I also hold an M.Sc. in Software and Systems for Mobile Networks, and a B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Science, both awarded from University College Cork.
My current research interests include pen-testing automation and autonomic security control reconfiguration, dynamic policy frameworks, network and host-based access controls, mobile security, cloud security, cyber-physical and IoT security, and mathematics.
I love hearing from people with similar interests so like-minded individuals feel free to get in-touch!