Mohamed Abomhara

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Mohamed Abomhara

Ph.D. started in: 2013
Expected year of graduation: 2016
COINS consortium member: University of Agder
Supervised by: Geir Koien
Links: CristinDBLPGoogle ScholarDBLP
Research area: Privacy
Project title: Security and Privacy in Context
Project description: We focus on design, specification and implementation of secure and privacy preserving solutions for emerging communication technologies and systems. In particular, we are interested on designing solutions that give adequate protection both security and privacy in context of such communication systems and services.

Publications:

  1. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Geir Myrdahl Køien (2016). Towards an Access Control Model for Collaborative Healthcare Systems
  2. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Mehdi Ben Lazreg (2016). UML/OCL-based modeling of work-based access control policies for collaborative healthcare systems
  3. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Henrik Nergaard (2016). Modeling of Work-Based Access Control for Cooperative Healthcare Systems with XACML
  4. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Huihui Yang (2016). Attribute-Based Authenticated Access for Secure Sharing of Healthcare Records in Collaborative Environments
  5. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Huihui Yang (2016). Collaborative and Secure Sharing of Healthcare Records Using Attribute-Based Authenticated Access
  6. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Huihui Yang, Geir Myrdahl Køien (2016). Access Control Model for Cooperative Healthcare Environments: Modeling and Verification
  7. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Martin Gerdes, Geir Myrdahl Køien (2015). A STRIDE-Based Threat Model for Telehealth Systems
  8. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Geir Myrdahl Køien (2015). Cyber Security and the Internet of Things: Vulnerabilities, Threats, Intruders and Attacks
  9. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara, Geir Myrdahl Køien (2014). Security and Privacy in the Internet of Things: Current Status and Open Issues
  10. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara (2013). Investigation of user scenarios with focus on providing secure and privacy-respecting IoT environments
  11. Mohamed Ali Saleh Abomhara (2013). Secure and privacy-respecting IoT environments
Courses attended:
  1. IMT6002 COINS Winter School (NTNU), 3 ECTS, 2015
  2. IMT6003 COINS Summer School (NTNU), 3 ECTS, 2015
Events attended with COINS funding:
  1. COINS Summer School on Cloud Security, Metochi, Greece, 2015
  2. COINS Ph.D. student seminar, Stockholm, Sweden, 2015
  3. NordSec 2015, Stockholm, Sweden, 2015
  4. CySeP, Stockholm, Sweden, 2015
  5. FRISC Finse winter school, Finse, Norway, 2014
  6. NISK, Stavanger, Norway, 2013
  7. COINS Ph.D. student seminar, Stavanger, Norway, 2013
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