Siraj Ahmed Shaikh

Professor in Systems Security, Coventry University

I am a Professor in Systems Security at the Centre for Mobility and Transport at Coventry University. My main research interest lies in systems security, essentially at the intersection of cyber security, systems engineering and traditional computer science. I have addressed a range of problem domains including monitoring of insider and stealthy attacks, automotive cybersecurity, rail safety, and software assurance. My research brings together a mix of research methods including formal methods (process algebra), (Bayesian) statistical analysis and others. I have been involved in research, development and evaluation of large-scale distributed secure systems for over sixteen years. My doctoral and post-doctoral research involved design and verification of security and safety-critical systems.

Experience

  • –present
    Reader in Cyber Security, Coventry University