I am an assistant professor and MTIS graduate director at the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Victoria. Previously, I was an NSERC postdoctoral fellow at the Communication Security (ComSec) group in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo and an NSERC Canada graduate scholar at Concordia University. My research interests focus on IoT security, Blockchains, and Lightweight cryptography.

News

[Sep. 2021]

Our Paper "GMMT: A Revocable Group Merkle Multi-Tree Signature Scheme" is accepted at CANS 2021.

[Aug. 2021]

Our Paper " Efficient Inter-cloud Authentication and Micropayment Protocol for IoT Edge Computing" is accepted at IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management. DOI 10.1109/TNSM.2021.3103509.  

[Jul. 2021]

Our Paper " Security Analysis Of DGM and GM Group Signature Schemes Instantiated With XMSS-T" is accepted at Inscrypt 2021.  

[May. 2021]

Our Paper " Verifiable Obtained Random Subsets for Improving SPHINCS+" is accepted at ACISP 2021.  

[Apr. 2021]

Our Paper " Lightweight Authentication and Key Agreement Protocol for Edge Computing Applications" is accepted at IEEE World Forum on Internet of Things. Best student paper award.  

[Oct. 2020]

Our Paper " A Lightweight Authentication and Inter-cloud Payment Protocol for Edge Computing" is accepted at IEEE CloudNet 2020.  

Projects and Available Positions

I am recruiting motivated students to work in applied cryptographic research, check my IoTSec group page for details.

Contact Information

  • Riham AlTawy Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
    University of Victoria
    3800 Finnerty Rd
    Victoria, BC, Canada V8P 5C2
  • Phone: +1 (250) 721-8639
  • Email: raltawy [at] uvic.ca
  • Office: EOW 431