Peter focuses on information security, in particular forensics analysis, phishing, biometrics, network anomaly detection, and process security. He is now focusing on anomaly detection using machine learning models. Beside the research scope on information security he also tries to keep track of current impacts of hacks, vulnerabilities, malicious behavior on society. He holds CISA and CISM certifications from ISACA and cybersecurity manager and cybersecurity auditor from Cyber Security Competence and Certification Center.
He is a former vice-dean for Bachelor’s study and propagation at the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies at the Slovak University of Technology, where he was also interested in learning analytics and education data science in research.
He has supervised more than 50 Bachelor’s and Master’s students. He has participated as a lecturer or assistant in more than ten different courses focused on hardware design or information security and he established a joint research lab with industry focused on smart cities.
Peter believes in popularization of information security or information technology in general among the population and in particular among young people.
From the recent history he serves as:
- Invited speaker
- NerdyNite (“Večer zVEDAvých”)
- European Conference on Educational Robotics – ECER 2022 – international scientific conference and competition for students
- International Security Summit 2023 (IS2)
- Spring ITAPA 2023 – the biggest IT conference in Slovakia. Connecting IT, industry and eGoverment.
- Cyber security in changing conditions 2023 (eFocus)
He prepares short news from the information security domain each month here in KInIT for the general audience and commented version regularly published on LinkedIn. He is a co-author of a book for students and general audience “Fundamentals of cyber and information security” (in Slovak).
- Member of
- Data Security Management (DSM) – member of Advisory board
AI4Europe: The unified platform for boosting European AI academic and industrial research
Interactive Manufacturing @ Schools
Methods for the Design and Verification of Digital Systems with Low Power Consumption Using Formal Specification Languages
Manufacturable and Dependable Multicore Architectures at Nanoscale
Design Optimization of Low-Power Digital and Mixed Integrated Systems
Security and Reliability in Distributed Computer Systems and Mobile Computer Networks
Selected Student Supervising
He supervised more than 50 students.
- Benova Lenka – Anomaly detection and classification of application servers metadata. Defended 2021
- Kaderabekova Vanessa – Data analysis in education as a support in faculty management. Defended 2021
- Lazovy Stefan – Using forensic analysis to recover non-volatile data in a fragmented environment. Defended 2021
- Vyskoc Adrian – Academic success and failure prediction using data analysis methods. Defended 2021
- Andras Radovan – Forensic analysis of network communication. Defended 2020
- Popernik Adam – Authentication of clients in cyberspace via mobile devices. Defended 2020
- Harvan Simon – Smart city: People counting in puplic transport. Defended 2019
- Baranek Tomas – Authentification based on biometrics on Android platform. Defended 2018
- Hudec Martin – Communication management in multi-client system using SMS gateway. Defended 2017
- Takacs Gabriel – Synchronization methods for IT in domain of transport. Defended 2017
- Hoskova Dominika – Information system for the Funtoro platform. Defended 2016
- Lucansky Jan – Optimalization of multiplexer trees. Defended 2015
- Polak Martin – Multimedia systems for taxi services. Defended 2015
- Maruniak Marian – Multiplexer Tree Optimization Methods. Defended 2014
- Polak Jakub – Optimalization of multiplexer trees. Defended 2012
- Chmara Adam – Collecting of digital evidence in webbrowsers domain. Defended 2020
- Rajnakova Veronika Magdalena – Analysis of students data. Defended 2020
- Yanko Mykola – Forensic tools for collecting digital evidence. Defended 2020
- Lazovy Stefan – Forensic tools for collecting digital evidence. Defended 2019
- Trencansky Jan – Virtual car lock. Defended 2018
- Snopko Jakub – Analysis of the environment impact to the GPS signal. Defended 2017
- Pohancenik Matus – Sensoric system for Android platforms. Defended 2016
- Banas Martin – Information system for public transport. Defended 2015
- Pernecky Patrik – Reduction of binary decision diagrams. Defended 2015
- Lucansky Jan – Reduction of binary decision diagrams. Defended 2013
- Suty Karol – Analysis of multiplexer trees. Defended 2011