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Privacy Respecting and Compliant digital Credential Wallet

With initial successes, the project is now focused on refining the model and expanding its application across broader user scenarios. Future development will concentrate on enhancing the Ambient Intelligence Engine's capabilities and extending the TestBed to cover more extensive testing environments. Concurrently, efforts will continue to refine the game-theoretical model, ensuring it remains adaptable and effective in real-world applications.


Robust Authentication using Ambient Intelligence in Smart Environments

The project has successfully demonstrated the capability to integrate and deploy a diverse range of sensors, effectively collecting ambient data essential for continuous authentication. The AIE has proven to be effective in dynamically authenticating users within smart environments, showcasing the potential of ambient intelligence in improving security measures. Preliminary results highlight RAAISE's ability to enhance both security and user experience, identifying and mitigating risks such as identity theft and unauthorised access through seamless authentication processes.


 Enhancing Usable Security and Adoption of Multi-Factor Authentication Technologies

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This extensive study shed light on the critical balance between security and usability in the context of MFA technologies. By uncovering the nuanced preferences and perceptions of users towards PADs, the research offers valuable insights into how MFA solutions can be designed to be both secure and user-friendly, thereby encouraging wider adoption.


Advancements in Remote Identity Proofing for Enhanced Security and Assurance

This pivotal project carved a path forward in the realm of remote identity proofing by addressing and surmounting key challenges. The outcomes not only fulfil the immediate need for more secure digital verification processes but also lay the groundwork for ongoing innovation and enhancement in cybersecurity practices.

The findings and solutions presented herald a new era in digital identity verification, emphasising the need for continuous adaptation and innovation to stay ahead of emerging cybersecurity threats. Future endeavours will focus on expanding the capabilities of RiDP systems, exploring new biometric technologies, and further harnessing the potential of artificial intelligence to refine detection methods and enhance user engagement.


Blockchain Integrated Database for Optimizing Supply Chain Financing

The incorporation of blockchain into SCF presented unique challenges, such as delays due to consensus mechanisms and complexities in user access control. The DBC Framework innovatively addressed these through:

Implementing a blockchain-enabled SCF system brought forth significant benefits, including unmatched transparency, minimised transaction fees by direct cryptocurrency transactions, and bolstered security measures.

he analysis of Greensill Capital's collapse underscored the acute need for the transparency and efficiency offered by the blockchain-enabled SCF model, highlighting its potential to prevent similar future occurrences.

The successful development and deployment of the Blockchain Integrated Database for Supply Chain Financing marked a pivotal advancement in the field, demonstrating a viable solution to longstanding challenges. By harnessing the power of blockchain technology, the project not only set a new benchmark for supply chain finance but also paved the way for broader adoption and future innovations in this domain.


Enhancing Blockchain Technology for Advanced Data Management

This project underscores a pivotal evolution in blockchain technology, addressing critical aspects of search optimisation, data storage/retrieval, and security. The outcomes of this research promise to significantly enhance the applicability and performance of blockchain systems, with the findings poised for dissemination in respected academic journals.


Secure-GLOR: Geo-Location Based Routing for Dynamic Mesh Networks

This research aimed to address critical challenges faced by distributed mesh networks, offering a scalable, secure solution that could revolutionise connectivity in off-grid scenarios. The advancements made through this project have the potential to significantly impact how distributed networks are implemented and secured, paving the way for more resilient and efficient communication systems in remote or infrastructure-challenged environments.

2015 - 2018

Race Track Management and Event Automation System


Advanced Hostel Management Portal for Amity University


ZAUBER: Advanced Hand Gesture Recognition for Intuitive User Interfaces


GUI-Based Standardized Templates for Enhanced Online Data Entry


 Secure Geographical Data Portal for National Informatics Centre


Next-Generation Secure Payroll Automation System


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