Networked Systems Security Group



What we are after is to make current and upcoming networked systems trustworthy, shielding them and their users from attacks and abuse. Our research agenda includes a gamut of security and privacy problems, with emphasis on wireless and mobile systems. We have a strong systems character, implementing and evaluating our solutions. At the same time, we pay close attention to theoretical methods, including, notably, formal protocol analysis and information-theoretic results. We are part of the recently created, as the merger of three Schools (EE, CS, and ICT), School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at KTH.


For current and past members and visitors, as well as MSc and BSc thesis students, please see 'People'.


□ Keynote talk at ACM WiSec 2020 by Panos Papadimitratos! Please see the video here.
□ Congratulations Mohammad for the successful PhD defence! Please see the thesis of Dr. Khodaei here.
□ Congratulations Hongyu for the successful PhD defence! Please see the thesis of Dr. Jin here.
□ Panos is elevated to IEEE Fellow, Class of 2020, "for contributions to wireless mobile network security and privacy". Please see the announcements by the IEEE Communications and the IEEE Computer Societies. Please see an interview of Prof. Papadimitratos here.
□ NSS is growing - multiple PhD student/research assistant and post-doctoral researcher posts available! Apply this January 2020. Details here: Openings 2019-2020.
□ Top notch security and privacy events at KTH this summer. More details at this piece, with some Q/A.
□ Our work on Trustworthy IoT in the Swedish Engineering Academy list.
□ Five-year prolongation of the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Academy Fellowship (project running 2016-2021; class of 2013) granted! Press release here.
□ New multi-university project funded by the Strategic Research Foundation on security and privacy for smart environments. A brief summary here (in Swedish).
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