Born in Catania (CT) in 1994. Passionate about computer science and cybersecurity.
In 2014 I chose to enroll at the faculty of computer science at the University of Catania.
In 2017 I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.
In 2019 I graduated with a Master's Degree in Computer Science with Curriculum: "Network and Security Systems" 110/110 cum laude.
In 2023, I obtained a PhD degree in computer science.
Ph.D (XXXV Cycle) • Grant UNICT • 31/10/2019-13/03/2023
Thesis: Automotive 2.0: Security, privacy and safety in today’s automotive domain
Supervisor: Prof. Giampaolo Bella
Master's degree. Network and Security Systems - 110/110 cum laude • 2018-26/07/2019
(IFOSS 2022) • July 2022
"Security Convention for Young Researchers (SeCon)", (SECON 2020) • August 2020
19th International School on Foundations of Security Analysis and Design (FOSAD 2019) • August 2019
Erasmus+ • 2018-2019
European Summer School on Information Science (ESSIS 2018) • July 2018
Bachelor's degree. Computer science • 2014 - 29/09/2017
MdS• February 2023 -
MIUR • September 2022 - June 2023
IISS "Ven. Ignazio Capizzi" Bronte • May 2022 - June 2022
Course on: "Internet and safe surfing on the net".
Project: "Apprendimento e socialità" Module "Sperimentando" - 10.2.2A-FSEPON-SI-2021-403 Protagonisti..." CUP H93D21000720006
Huawei - Evidence • April 2021 - October 2021 - Smart working
Research and development: "Functional Safety".
National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN)• June 2017 - July 2017 - Catania, Italia
Internship: cloud computing (OpenStack), networking and security
Google Developer Group Catania• December 2016 - July 2017 - Catania, Italia
Mailing, contacts, and relationship with event service providers.
Giampaolo Bella, Pietro Biondi, Stefano Bognanni, Sergio Esposito
Elsevier Journal Internet of Things
Giampaolo Bella, Pietro Biondi, Gianpiero Costantino, Ilaria Matteucci
Elsevier Journal Computer Networks
Giampaolo Bella, Pietro Biondi, Giuseppe Tudisco
Springer Journal Automotive Innovation
Pietro Biondi, Fabrizio Tronci, Giampaolo Bella
In International Conference on System Reliability and Science (ICSRS 2022)
Giuseppe Parasiliti, Marzio Pennisi, Pietro Biondi, Giuseppe Sgroi, Giulia Russo, Christian Napoli, Francesco Pappalardo
In 27th Euromicro International Conference on Parallel, Distributed and Network-Based Processing (PDP 2019)
Giampaolo Bella, Pietro Biondi
In 37th International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security (SAFECOMP 2018)
H2020 N 825618 – NGI_TRUST 2nd Open Call – 2019002. European project relating to security, safety, privacy and trust in the automotive field.
Organizer of CCIT2020/2021/2022, a cybersecurity training project for high school and university students.
Study of HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS), a policy designed to counter attacks called SSLStrip.
Supervisor: Prof. Giampaolo Bella (UNICT)
CAN Flood is a post-exploitation module that floods a CAN interface for a number of rounds. Both the interface and the number of rounds are to be provided as inputs. An example list of frames also is part of the inputs, and sources the flooding at each round. The module therefore is general as it is parametric in the frame list.
Crazy-Tachymeter is an exploit that allows you to flood the CAN-Bus with frames of the ECU mapping file.
Java program that implements a vulnerable server with an incremental ban system. Within the project there are clients which communicate through the RabbitMQ middleware.
This Social Media Management project (UNICT) allow to classificate picture between food and non-food. Github
Linear regression tool with some statistics parameters. Github
"Printjack and Phonejack attacks". (25 May 2022) Hardening
Security of modern vehicles in the IoT world. (24 May 2019) NGIoT
An overview at Metasploit and its application: Automotive Crazy-Tachymeter. (23 Nov 2019) Linux Day
Metasploiting 4U. (4 Dec 2019) WSF19