R&D Security Software Engineer
SAP Labs France SAS
805, avenue du Dr. Maurice Donat
06254 Mougins Cedex
Gabriel Serme is a support software engineer at SAP, Sophia-Antipolis and holds a PhD. in Computer Security. He has been involved in several research project, such as the French ANR CESSA Project to propose systematic and seamless integration of software security in the software development life-cycle, using AOSD and AOP paradigm. His research work covers a large part of security engineering: secure programming, web service security, risk analysis and policy enforcement, but also a large part on distributed computing: SOA, Cloud computing, etc.
During my Master and Ph.D. thesis, I co-authored several international publications:
Enforcing input validation through aspect-oriented programming.
In The 6th International Workshop on Autonomous and Spontaneous Security. SETOP 2013, in conjunction with the 18th annual European research event in Computer Security symposium (ESORICS 2013), sep. 2013
, T. Scholte, and A. Santana De Oliveira.
P. Yu, J. Sendor,
Automating privacy enforcement in cloud platforms.
In The 7th International Workshop on Data Privacy Management. DPM 2012, in conjunction with the 17th annual European research event in Computer Security symposium (ESORICS 2012), Springer, sep. 2012.
, and A. Santana de Oliveira.
Towards assisted remediation of security vulnerabilities.
In The Sixth International Conference on Emerging Security Information, Systems and Technologies. SECURWARE 2012, aug. 2012.
, M. Guarnieri, P. El Khoury, and A. Santana De Oliveira.
Enabling message security for restful services.
In The 19th International Conference on Web Services. ICWS 2012, jun. 2012.
, A. Santana de Oliveira, J. Massiera, and Y. Roudier.
Hipolds: A security policy language for distributed systems.
In Workshop in Information Security Theory and Practice. WISTP 2012, jun 2012.
, M. S. Idrees, A. Santana de Olivera, and Y. Roudier.
M. S. Idrees,
Evolving security requirements in multi-layered service-oriented-architectures.
In The 4th International Workshop on Autonomous and Spontaneous Security. SETOP 2011, in conjunction with the 16th annual European research event in Computer Security symposium (ESORICS 2011), sep. 2011.
, Y. Roudier, A. Santana De Oliveira, H. Grall, and M. Sudholt.
Adaptive service security for mobile systems.
In Proceedings of Smart Mobility 2011, sep. 2011.
and G. Harel.
M. Guarnieri, P. El Khoury, and
Security vulnerabilities detection and protection using eclipse.
In Proceedings of ECLIPSE-IT 2011, aug 2011.
Adaptive security on service-based scm control system.
In XPS, editor, The First International Workshop on Sensor Networks for Supply Chain Management (WSNSCM), aug. 2011.
and M. S. Idrees.
Fi-ware security: Future internet security core.
ServiceWave 2011, 2011.
, A. García Vázquez, P. Soria-Rodriguez, P. Bisson, and D. Gidoin.
F. Marienfeld, E. Höfig, M. Bezzi, M. Flügge, J. Pattberg,
Service levels, security, and trust.
In A. Barros and D. Oberle, editors, Handbook of Service Description: USDL and its Methods, chapter 12, pages 295-326. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY, USA, 2011.
, A. D. Brucker, P. Robinson, S. Dawson, and W. Theilmann.
Enabling web object orientation with mobile devices.
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Mobile Technology, Applications, and Systems, Mobility Conference, sep. 2009.
, and Y. Bonillo.
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