Fabio Massacci

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Name:Fabio Massacci
Bio:

Fabio Massacci is a full professor at the University of Trento and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He has a Ph.D. in Computing from the University of Rome La Sapienza in 1998. He has been in Cambridge (UK), Toulouse (FR) and Siena (IT). Since 2001 he is in Trento. He recently visited KULeuven, Durham Business School and ISI, University of Southern California. He has published more than 250 articles on formal methods, security and requirements engineering. In 2015 he won the Ten Years Most Influential Paper by the IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference for his joint work on security requirements engineering. His current research interest is in empirical methods for security and software engineering as well as security economics. He participates to the FIRST SIG world standard on CVSS (Common Vulnerability Scoring System). He has coordinated several European Projects on security and sofwtare engineering for several millions of Euro in funding. Recently he coordinated the multi-disciplinary research project SECONOMICS on socio-economic aspects of security.

Country:Italy
Affiliation:University of Trento; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Research interests:Security and Software Engineering

Contributions

ESEC/FSE 2021 Author of LastPyMile: Identifying the Discrepancy between Sources and Packages within the Research Papers-track
ICSE 2021 Author of Secure Software Development in the Era of Fluid Multi-party Open Software and Services within the NIER - New Ideas and Emerging Results-track
Author of Technical Leverage in a Software Ecosystem: Development Opportunities and Security Risks within the Technical Track-track
ICSE 2020 Author of FOSS Dependencies and Security: A Qualitative Study on Developers' Attitudes and Experience within the ICSE 2020 Posters-track
ICSE 2019 Author of A Screening Test for Disclosed Vulnerabilities in FOSS Components within the Journal-First Papers-track
* ICSE 2018 * Author of Model Comprehension for Security Risk Assessment: An Empirical Comparison of Tabular vs. Graphical Representations within the Journal first papers-track