My name is Sivadon Chaisiri (aka Boom), a Thai computer scientist who is enthusiastic about applying Operations Research to computer science problems. Currently I am a Research Fellow at the Cyber Security Lab (aka CROW), the University of Waikato, New Zealand. I am also the Deputy Head of CROW. Since joining the University of Waikato in January 2015 I have worked in STRATUS, a six-year, NZ$12.2 million cyber security project, funded by MBIE. While working at the CROW, I was also the Principal Investigator for Parent-Centric Privacy Framework for a Safe Cyber Environment for Children, a privacy-aware software development project funded by the New Zealand’s Office of Privacy Commissioner (OPC) and Survey of New Zealanders’ Mobile Internet Security Awareness, a statistical survey project funded by InternetNZ. My current research interests include Operations Research (specifically, stochastic programming), cyber security economics, context-aware access control, cyber insurance, data provenance, internet-of-things security, and resource management of distributed systems.
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