Singapore University of Technology and Design
Prof Dr Pieter Hartel is head of the Cyber Security research group of the faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science at Delft University of Technology. He also holds part time professorial positions at the University of Twente and at Singapore University of Technology and Design. He has 24 years of research and teaching experience in Cyber Security in the Netherlands, the UK, the US, Malaysia, and Singapore.
He is the coordinator of the 4TU Cyber Security Master Specialisation where he teaches a course Cyber crime science with Prof Marianne Junger from the University of Twente and the Capstone courses on Social, Business, and Entrepreneurial skills in cyber security with Dr Victor Scholten and Dr Hanieh Khodaei from TU Delft.
- Distinguished Paper Award Lastdrager, E. and Carvajal Gallardo, I. and Hartel, P.H. and Junger, M. (2017) How Effective is Anti-Phishing Training for Children? In: 13th Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS), 12–14 July 2017, pp. 229-240, USENIX. www.usenix.org/conference/soups2017/technical-sessions/presentation/lastdrager
- Bortolameotti, R. and Peter, A. and Everts, M. H. and Jonker, W. and Hartel, P. H. (2016) Reliably determining data leakage in the presence of strong attackers In: 32nd Annual Conference on Computer Security Applications (ACSAC), 5-8 Dec 2016, pp. 484-495, ACM. DOI:10.1145/2991079.2991095
- Bullee, J.H. and Montoya Morales, A.L. and Pieters, W. and Junger, M. and Hartel, P.H. (2015) The persuasion and security awareness experiment: reducing the success of social engineering attacks. J. of Experimental Criminology, 11 (1). pp. 97-115. DOI:10.1007/s11292-014-9222-7
- Hadžiosmanović, D. and Sommer, R. and Zambon, Emmanuele and Hartel, P.H. (2014) Through the eye of the PLC: semantic security monitoring for industrial processes. In: Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC), 8-12 Dec 2014, pp. 126-135. ACM. DOI:10.1145/2664243.2664277
- Bösch, C.T. and Hartel, P.H. and Jonker, W. and Peter, A. (2014) A Survey of Provably Secure Searchable Encryption. ACM computing surveys, 47 (2). 18:1-18:51. DOI:10.1145/2636328
His research interests include the human factor in cyber security, cyber crime, crypto markets, and block chain technology. He was the principal investigator of the recently completed 13.5M Euro EU TREsPASS project on socio technical cyber security risk management.