Version 1.7 a new dawn
Speaker: Arne Padmos
Arne Padmos obtained a degree in information security from Royal Holloway. He has been engaged in side-channel analysis, reverse engineering, and hardware testing, and had also taught security analysis in Europe and Asia. Currently, he works at the other end of the security spectrum, trying to make email more secure and usable, with a focus on end-to-end encryption.
Arne has a multidisciplinary BSc from University College Roosevelt (with a focus on computer science, mathematics, and international relations), read security studies while on exchange at Háskóli Íslands, and completed an MSc in information security at Royal Holloway. Thereafter, Arne spent 2 years at Riscure, a security test lab in the Netherlands, engaged in software and hardware testing.
Subsequently, Arne was a doctoral researcher studying usable secure email communication, supervised by Prof. Dr. Melanie Volkamer and Dr. Karen Renaud, and funded by the Horst Görtz Stiftung. Currently, Arne is a lecturer at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (Hogeschool Rotterdam), focussing on security.
- Communications and operational security
- User-centred interaction and service design
- Security design methods and usable security
- Education (knowledge acquisition, transfer, and retention)
- Cybercrime, security studies, and international relations
- Hardware and software security, and their evaluation
- Transdisciplinary security research
- Email encryption for the masses, 30C3
- Why encrypted email is broken, and how to go about fixing it, Science Slam Darmstadt
- Why doesn't Jane protect her privacy?, Karen Renaud, Melanie Volkamer and Arne Renkema-Padmos, PETS2014
- Shake hands to bedevil: Securing email with wearable technology, Arne Renkema-Padmos, Jerome Baum, Karen Renaud, Melanie Volkamer, HAISA2014