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educator , forensic specialist , researcher , computer scientist

David Naccache, Israeli, French computer scientist, educator, forensic specialist, researcher. Achievements include 60 patents in field; decryption of censored term in 9/11 memo from Central Intelligence Agency to White House; discovery of cryptanalysis of digital signature standard International Organization for Standardization 9796; discovery of cryptanalysis of encryption standard PKCS#1 v.1.5.

Background

Naccache, David was born on February 21, 1967 in Beer Sheva, Israel. Son of Alfred F. Naccache and Rachel Ifrah.

Education

Degree in Engineering, University Paris II, 1990. Master of Science in Theoretical Computer Science, University Paris VI, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy in Cryptology, National Superior School Telecommunications, 1995.

Habilitation to Supervise Research, University Paris VII, 2004.

Career

Research engineer Thomson Consumer Electronics, Strasbourg, France, 1990—1992, Philips Telecommunications Radioelec. and Telephones, Paris, 1992—1993. Senior vice president research, innovation Gemplus, 1993—2005, director applied research and security center, 1995—2005. Professor University Paris II, Panthéon-Assas, since 2005.

Major research French Army, 2006—2009. Lieutenant research French Gendarmerie, since 2009. Member science advisory board Cryptolog Society Anonyme, Paris, 2002—2004.

Chairman science advisory board Onets, Beijing, since 2003. Advisor European Telecomm. Standards Institute, Nice, France, 2004.

Visiting professor Royal Holloway University London, since 2004, University College London, since 2005. Advisory professor Beijing JiaoTong University, since 2004. Speaker in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include 60 patents in field. Decryption of censored term in 9/11 memo from Central Intelligence Agency to White House. Discovery of cryptanalysis of digital signature standard International Organization for Standardization 9796.

    Discovery of cryptanalysis of encryption standard PKCS#1 v.1.5.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor, columnist Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Security and Privacy journal, since 2004, editor Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Transactions on Information and Systems Security journal, since 2004, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Information Technology Professional, since 2004, Institution of Electrical Engineers Proceedings Information Security, 2005-2009. Contributor 80 science papers in field, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Association for Computing Machinery (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, National Mathematics Society, International Association Cryptologic Research.

Connections

father:
Alfred F. Naccache

mother:
Rachel Ifrah