Areas of Expertise: Cybersecurity and Networking
Bernardi has expertise in computer networks and cybersecurity. He has vast experience in both academia and industry. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He is the current Chair SIG-Industrial IoT Networks, IEEE Internet of Things, Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks (IoT-AHSN) Technical Committee.
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Dr Bernardi Pranggono is currently an Associate Professor in Cyber Security and Computer Networks at the School of Computing and Information Science, Anglia Ruskin University, UK. He has 20+ years of applied and academic research experience working at various prestigious institutions. He has previously held academic and research positions at the Sheffield Hallam University, Glasgow Caledonian University, Queen's University Belfast, and the University of Leeds. He has held industrial positions at Oracle, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Accenture, and Telstra. His current research interests include cybersecurity, Internet of Things, cloud computing, and green ICT. He has participated in various projects funded by EPSRC (INSTANT, HIPNet, INTERNET, CSIT) and FP7 (PRECYSE).
Dr. Pranggono has co-authored over 45 papers in leading international conferences and journals and contributed to four book chapters. He is an associate editor in Frontiers of Computer Science and Frontiers in Communications and Networks. He has served as Vice-Chair and Technical Program Committee member in numerous international conferences, such as IEEE HPCC, IEEE ICC, and IEEE GLOBECOM. He also serves as a referee of some renowned journals and conferences, such as IEEE Access, IEEE Transaction on Industrial Informatics, IEEE Internet of Things Journal, IEEE Communication Magazine, IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials, IEEE GLOBECOM, IEEE ICC, Computer & Security (Elsevier), Wireless Networks (Springer), and Sensors (MDPI).
N. Hayati, S. Windarta, M. Suryanegara, B. Pranggono, and K. Ramli, "A Novel Session Key Update Scheme for LoRaWAN," IEEE Access, 2022.
S. Windarta, S. Suryadi, K. Ramli, B. Pranggono, and T.S. Gunawan, "Lightweight Cryptographic Hash Functions: Design Trends, Comparative Study, and Future Directions," IEEE Access, 2022.
S. Sumarsono, I.S. Sakkinah, A.E. Permanasari, and B. Pranggono, "Development of a Mobile Health Infrastructure for Non-Communicable Diseases using Design Science Research Method: A Case Study," Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, 2022.
Okfalisa, Mahyarni, W. Anggraini, T. Saktioto, and B. Pranggono, "Assessing Digital Readiness of Small Medium Enterprises: Intelligent Dashboard Decision Support System," International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications (IJACSA), vol.13(4), 2022.
E. Dizon and B. Pranggono, “Smart Streetlights in Smart City: A Case Study of Sheffield,” Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, Springer, vol.13(4), pp.2045–2060, 2022.
D. Alboaneen, H. Tianfield, Y. Zhang, and B. Pranggono, "A Metaheuristic Method for Joint Task Scheduling and Virtual Machine Placement in Cloud Data Centers," Future Generation Computer Systems, Elsevier, vol.115, pp.201-212, 2021.
Okfalisa, H. Rusnedy, D.U. Iswavigra, B. Pranggono, E. Haerani, and T. Saktioto, "Decision Support System for Smartphone Recommendation: The Comparison of Fuzzy AHP and Fuzzy ANP in Multi-Attribute Decision Making," Sinergi, vol.25(1), pp.101-110, 2021.
B. Pranggono and A. Arabo, "COVID-19 Pandemic Cybersecurity Issues," Internet Technology Letters, Wiley, vol.4.2: e247, 2021.
Okfalisa, Salmaini Y, Ab Razak CH, and B. Pranggono, "The enhancement of collaborative learning through integrated knowledge management systems: E-learning model," Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology, vol.98(13), pp.2566-2579, 2020.
D. Alboaneen, B. Pranggono, D. Alshammari, N. Alqahtani and R. Alyaffer, "Predicting the Epidemiological Outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Saudi Arabia," International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, MDPI, vol.17(12), 4568, 2020.
A. Mikail and B. Pranggono, "Securing Infrastructure-as-a-Service Public Clouds Using Security Onion," Applied System Innovation, MDPI, Vol. 2 (1), 6, 2019.
M. A. Asante and B. Pranggono, “Development of Smart Grid Testbed with Low-Cost Hardware and Software for Cybersecurity Research and Education,” Wireless Personal Communications, Springer, Vol. 101 (3), pp 1357–1377, 2018.
O. Popoola and B. Pranggono, “On Energy Consumption of Switch-centric Data Center Networks,” The Journal of Supercomputing, Springer, vol. 74 (1), pp. 334-369, 2018.
S. Asri and B. Pranggono, “Impact of Distributed Denial-of-Service Attack on Advanced Metering Infrastructure,” Wireless Personal Communications, Springer, vol. 83 (3), pp. 2211-2223, 2015.
Y. Yang, K. McLaughlin, S. Sezer, T. Littler, E. G. Im, B. Pranggono and H. F. Wang, "Multiattribute SCADA-Specific Intrusion Detection System for Power Networks," IEEE Transaction on Power Delivery, vol. 29 (6), pp. 1092-1102, 2014.
H-H Chou, B. Pranggono, T.D. Wilkinson, F. Zhang, W.A. Crossland and J.M.H. Elmirghani, "Free-Space Optoelectronic Switching Cores with MPLS for SANs over WDM Ring Networks," IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, vol. 4 (7), pp. 533-545, 2012.
A.V. Reji, B. Pranggono, A. Shenfield, and J. Marchang, "Anomaly Detection for Internet of Medical Things," IEEE ICC 2023 Workshop on IoT-Health: 5th International Workshop on IoT Enabling Technologies in Healthcare, Rome, Italy, May 28-Jun 1, 2023 (accepted).
B. Pranggono and A. Sophian, "Developing an Internet of Things Module for Final Year Engineering Student," 5th International Conference on Engineering Professional Ethics and Education (ICEPEE) 2022, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Aug 9-10, 2022.
A. Abubakar and B. Pranggono, “Machine Learning Based Intrusion Detection System for Software Defined Networks,” 7th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies (EST) 2017, Canterbury, UK, Sep 6-8, 2017.
B. Pranggono. (2014, 3/3/2014). A self-destructing phone isn’t the last word in security, The Conversation.
B. Pranggono. (2013, 26/11/2013). Bring your own device, lose your employer’s secrets. The Conversation.