``Trust, but Verify.''

Diana Berbecaru
August. 2009

  Diana Gratiela Berbecaru

Research Assistant
Dipartimento di Automatica e Informatica
  Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Contact information
Politecnico di Torino - Dip. di Automatica e Informatica,
3 piano - ala nuova,
Corso Duca Degli Abruzzi, No. 24, 10129, Torino, Italy
phone: (0039) 0115647081
email: diana.berbecaru@polito.it

Diana Gratiela Berbecaru is a Research Assistant in the Department of Automatics and Informatics at Politecnico di Torino, is a member of the Computer and Network Security Group (TORSEC). Her research interests lie in designing distributed systems exploiting Publick Key Infrastructures (PKIs) and digital signatures. She investigated and obtained also research results in designing and evaluating network protocols and applications that are secure, while maintaining acceptable levels of performance.

Diana Gratiela Berbecaru holds a Ph.D in Computer Science from Politecnico di Torino and a MS from University of Craiova, Romania. She was born and grew up in Craiova, Romania. She is an alumnus of ``Colegiul National Carol I Craiova''.

Current Graduate Students:

  • Bruno Zavettieri, Attribute retrieval and aggregation in STORK 2.0 infrastructure
  • Carlo Prone, Handling digital identity through STORK 2.0 infrastructure and federated identity management protocol
  • Marino Volpe, SSL traffic analysis
Past Graduate Students:
  • Mauro Levra, Management of digital identity in STORK infrastucture
  • Matteo Maria Casalino, TSL Editor and an optimized implementation of OCSP protocol based on FastCGI interface
  • Mahmood Haroon, Validation issues in federated identity management systems
  • Hafeez Hafeezurrehman, Roaming network access in federated identity management systems
  • Emilia Corrado, Design and setup of a federated identity management system based on Shibboleth
  • Luca Albertalli, ForwardDiffSig: design and implementation of techniques based on forward secure signature schemes for multicast authentication

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