I currently work as a Product Security Engineer
at Auth0, a security first company
which provides an authentication and authorization service for application builders.
Previously I worked as a Security Consultant at Census
where I was mostly involved in
Product Security (Web and Mobile - Android, iOS - Application Testing and Secure SDLC Consulting).
I've also conducted research on compression side-channel attacks as a member
of the Crypto.Sec Lab at University of Athens (Greece).
I presented the latest findings of our compression side-channel
attack framework, Rupture, in the Real World Crypto conference (New York, 2017). I also co-presented a
cryptographic library we developed that defends against side-channel attacks in Black Hat Europe
I love learning new ideas and concepts. My interests include the development of large scale systems in a secure manner and the development of production level software depending on its needs and from a security perspective.
I'm also holding a degree in classical piano and a degree in classical music harmony from the Greek National Conservatoire. On my free time, I usually take dance lessons, play the piano, bike and enjoy being outdoors.