Prof.dr. M.J.G. (Michel) van Eeten
Professor Michel van Eeten is professor at Delft University of Technology and his chair focuses on the Governance of Cybersecurity. He studies the interplay between technological design and economic incentives in Internet security. His team analyses large-scale Internet measurement and incident data to identify how the markets for Internet services deal with security risks.
He has conducted empirical studies funded by NWO, the ITU, the OECD, the Department of Homeland Security, the European Commission, the Dutch National Police, the General Intelligence and Security Service, Fox-IT, banks, and various ministries within the Dutch government. Topics range from botnet mitigation, threat intelligence and abuse reporting, network measurements, information sharing, security metrics, to cybercrime markets.
Van Eeten is also a member of the Cyber Security Council, an official advisory body of the Dutch government.
- Cetin, O., Hernandez Ganan, C., Altena, L., Kasama, T., Inoue, D., Tamiya, K., Tie, Y., Yoshioka, K. & van Eeten, M., 2019, Cleaning Up the Internet of Evil Things: Real-World Evidence on ISP and Consumer Efforts to Remove Mirai, Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS) 2019.
- Noroozian, A., Koenders, J., van Veldhuizen, E., Hernandez Ganan, C., Alrwais, S., McCoy, D. & van Eeten, M., 2019, Platforms in Everything: Analyzing Ground-Truth Data on the Anatomy and Economics of Bullet-Proof Hosting, 28th USENIX Security Symposium (USENIX Security 19). USENIX Association.
- van Wegberg, R., Tajalizadehkhoob, S., Soska, K., Akyazi, U., Hernandez Ganan, C., Klievink, B., Christin, N. & van Eeten, M., 15 Aug 2018, Plug and Prey? Measuring the Commoditization of Cybercrime via Online Anonymous Markets, 27th USENIX Security Symposium. USENIX Association.
- Tajalizadehkhoob, S., Böhme, R., Gañán, C., Korczyński, M. & Van Eeten, M., Rotten apples or bad harvest? What we are measuring when we are measuring abuse, ACM Transactions on Internet Technology. 18, 4, 49.
- van Eeten, M., 2017, Patching security governance: An empirical view of emergent governance mechanisms for cybersecurity, Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance. 19, 6, p. 429-448.
Prof.dr. M.J.G. van Eeten
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2020-01-01 - 2022-01-01
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