Prof. Krzysztof Szczypiorski
holds M.Sc. (1997, with honours), Ph.D. (2007, with honours) and D.Sc. (habilitation, 2012) in telecommunications from Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology (WUT). Professor of Telecommunications at WUT. Founder and head of International Telecommunication Union Internet Training Centre (ITU-ITC) established in 2003. Research leader of Network Security Group at WUT (secgroup.pl). His research interests include: network security, steganography and wireless networks. He is the author or the co-author of 170+ publications including 120+ papers and 50+ invited talks. He is the inventor of 3 patents and pending applications. For almost 20 years he also serves as the independent consultant in fields of network security and telecommunications.
Personal website: http://ksz.tele.pw.edu.pl.
Dr. Wojciech Mazurczyk
holds an D.Sc. (habilitation, 2014) and a Ph.D. (2009, with honours) in telecommunication both from Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, WUT; associate professor at WUT; author of over 80 scientific papers, 1 patent application and 25 invited talks on information security and telecommunications; main research interests: information hiding techniques, network anomalies detection, digital forensics, network security and multimedia services. Research co-leader of Network Security Group (secgroup.pl). A TPC member of refereed conferences, including IEEE INFOCOM , IEEE GLOBECOM, IEEE ICC, IEEE WIFS, ACM IHMMSec and ACSAC. He serves as the reviewer of many refereed international magazines and journals among others (from master journal list): IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security, Computer Communications, IET Information Security and Multimedia Tools and Applications, etc. He is also a IEEE senior member.
Personal website: http://mazurczyk.com.
studied computer science in Kempten (Dipl.(FH), 2009) and Augsburg (MSc, 2011). He received his PhD in 2013 from the University of Hagen and is author of four books. His research focus is on network covert channels and smart building security. Steffen is currently head of the smart building automation group at Fraunhofer FKIE, Germany. Steffen is also a member of the EU NIS Platform working group on "Secure ICT research and innovation" where he is a member of the steering committee and a leader of the `Area of Interest' on infrastructure security. He is additionally a steering committee member at the critical infrastructure working group (AK KRITIS) within the SIG on security management of the German Informatics Society.
Personal website: http://www.wendzel.de/.
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Prof. Józef Lubacz
received Ph.D., D.Sc., Prof. (title) at Warsaw University of Technology Warsaw University of Technology (WUT, Poland); head of the Dep. Of Teleinformatics (WUT, 1987-2002), Dean of Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology (WUT, 2002-2005); member of the General Council for Higher Education of Poland (since 2006); Director of Institute of Telecommunications (WUT, 2008); main scientific interests: networks planning methodology, non-technological issues of information society, philosophy of technology.
Dr. Krzysztof Cabaj
holds an M.Sc (2004) and a Ph.D. (2009) in computer science from the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), and is an Assistant Professor at WUT and a researcher in the Network Security Group formed at WUT. He has served as an Instructor of Cisco Academy courses: CCNA, CCNP and NS at the International Telecommunication Union Internet Training Centre (ITU-ITC). His research interests include network security, honeypots and data-mining techniques. He is the author or co-author of over 20 publications.