Owen Lo received a BEng (2010) degree in Computer Networks and Distributed Systems from Edinburgh Napier University, and, more recently, was also awarded a PhD (2015) degree in health informatics from the same institute.
Currently he is a Research Fellow of Centre for Distributed Computing, Networking and Security at Edinburgh Napier University. Owen has contributed to numerous research projects during his time at Edinburgh Napier University including evaluation of a cloud-based e-Health platform (Cloud4Health), implementation of a data governance engine (safi.re), evaluation of an Anonymised, Distributed, e-Commerce Architecture (ADeCA) and development of digital forensic investigation tools (Fragment Finder).
His current research area is on side-channel attacks which is a technique used to attack a cryptographic system by monitoring the physical outputs of the system. Additionally, he is involved in the spin-out project named Fragment Finder which aims to develop a suite of digital investigation tools to enable rapid detection of contraband data.
Lo, O., Buchanan, W., carson, d. (2016). Power analysis attacks on the AES-128 S-box using differential power analysis (DPA) and correlation power analysis (CPA). Journal of Cyber Security Technology, , (), .
Buchanan, W., Ukwandu, E., van Deursen (Hazelhoff Roelfze, N., Fan, L., Russell, G., Lo, O., Thuemmler, C. (2015). Secret Shares to Protect Health Records in Cloud-based Infrastructures. In: (Ed.) Proceedings of the IEEE 17th International Conference on E-health Networking, Application and Services (HealthCom), , () ( ed.). (pp. 669 - 672). Boston, MA: . IEEE.
Ukwandu, E., Buchanan, W., Fan, L., Russell, G., Lo, O. (2015). RESCUE: Resilient Secret Sharing Cloud-based Architecture. In: (Ed.) 2015 IEEE International Conference on Recent Advances of Trust, Security and Privacy, , () ( ed.). (pp. ). Helsinki, Finland: . IEEE Computer Society.See all publications