Julio Hernandez-Castro
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Julio Hernandez-Castro


Julio Hernandez-Castro works at the University of Kent since September 2012.

Previously he worked for the University of Portsmouth (2009-2012) and Carlos III University of Madrid (1999-2009) where he got this Ph.D. in 2003.

His interests are in Computer and Network Security in general, and in RFID Security, Computer Forensics and Steganography & Steganalysis in particular.

He is a keen chess player, and is currently working in exotic things like better ways to spot chess cheaters, or how to detect illegal sales of ivory online, but also new steganalysis techniques for video and new, more secure video steganography tools.

Cryptography Security & Privacy

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Lecturer in Computer Security

University of Kent
School of Computing


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