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Bruno Rodrigues

Bruno Rodrigues received his doctoral degree from the University of Zurich, in 2020, at the Communication Systems Group under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Burkhard Stiller. Previously, he obtained his master's degree in 2016 at the University of São Paulo, Brazil. He co-authored 3 patents and published over 60 papers and journals in related IEEE networking conferences (e.g., IEEE/IFIP NOMS, IEEE/IFIP IM, IEEE LCN) and leading IEEE journals (IEEE TSNM, IEEE Communications Magazine). Further, he is actively contributing to the scientific community by actively reviewing papers and journals, acting as a guest editor, and technical program committee in networking and blockchain conferences. His major research focus is on the security of heterogeneous networks, creating and deploying collaborative methods to identify, signal, and mitigate cyberattacks. In specific, to comprehend and enhance the existing knowledge of the rising landscape of cyberattacks, with a particular focus on Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks as a major threat, as well as the difficulties associated with a collaborative defense scenario. For instance, when and how to require that organizations share information, as well as how to request cooperative mitigation based on threat characteristics and economic analyses. In this way, an equally distributed and responsive defense is likewise complex yet imperative given the complexity of vectors and the distribution of attacks.


University of Zurich


Faculty of Business, Economics and Informatics


Department of Informatics
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