Professor, Concordia Institute for Information Systems Engineering
NSERC/ISSNet post-doctoral fellow (2009-2011), Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada
Ph.D. (2009) Computer Science, Carleton University, Canada
Mohammad Mannan is an Associate Professor at the Concordia Institute forInformation Systems Engineering, Concordia University, Montreal. He has a Ph.D.in Computer Science from Carleton University (2009) in the area of Internet authentication and usable security. He was a post-doctoral fellow at theUniversity of Toronto from 2009 to 2011. His research interests lie in the area of Internet and systems security, with a focus on solving high-impact security and privacy problems of today's Internet. He is an associate editor for the IEEE Security and Privacy magazine (from 2020). He is also involved in several well-known conferences (e.g., program committee: ACM CCS 2019, 2016, USENIX Security 2022, 2018, 2010; program co-chair: ACM SPSM 2016; general co-chair: ACM CCS 2018), and journals (e.g., ACM TISSEC, IEEE TDSC, IEEE TIFS). His industrial R&D experience prior to graduate school included three years in large-scale software design.
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