Ross Anderson is Professor of Security Engineering at Cambridge University, and leads the Cambridge Cybercrime Centre. He was a pioneer of security economics, peer-to-peer systems, hardware tamper-resistance and API security, and was one of the inventors of the AES finalist encryption algorithm Serpent. He has contributed to industrial standards from prepayment metering to powerline communications, and wrote the textbook Security Engineering—A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems.
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