Faheem UllahAssistant Professor | Big Data Lead | Program CoordinatorSchool of Computer ScienceThe University of Adelaide North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5005, Australia Email: email@example.com
14 June 2021 Received a research grant of $6460 from Google for research on hybrid clouds.
5 April, 2021 I gave an invited talk on bid data analytics in edge/cloud at PUCIT (slides)
29 March 2021 I was invited to serve as program committee member at DLP&THD, Gold Coast (Australia)
17 March 2021 I was invited to chair the session on security and privacy at ICSA 2021, Stuttgart (Germany)
I am an Assistant Professor in the school of computer science at the University of Adelaide, Australia. I am also a member of CREST research center. My research is focused on the quality-centric design and evaluation of data-intensive systems. This involves designing large-scale systems that are adaptable and resilient in the face of changes in the operating environment.
I obtained PhD degree from the University of Adelaide. My PhD was focused on the use of tactics/patterns to design adaptable data-intensive systems for detecting, preventing, and investigating cyber-attacks. Currently, I am working on two large-scale industry projects - designing energy-efficient big data systems and security-by-design for C3I/SoS systems.
Research InterestsCyber Security, Software Engineering, Big Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing
Machine Learning for Detecting Data Exfiltration: A Review
Quantifying the Impact of Design Strategies for Big Data Cyber Security Analytics: An Empirical Investigation
QuickAdapt: Scalable Adaptation for Big Data Cyber Security Analytics
An Architecture-driven Adaptation Approach for Big Data Cyber Security Analytics
Architectural Tactics for Big Data Cybersecurity Analytics Systems: A Review
Data exfiltration: A review of external attack vectors and countermeasures
Security Support in Continuous Deployment Pipeline