About Zisis Tsiatsikas
Zisis Tsiatsikas was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, in 1986. He earned a diploma (2011), an MSc (2013) and a Ph.D (2019) in Network Security under the supervision of Professor Georgios Kambourakis. All from the Department of Information and Communication Systems Engineering of the University of the Aegean, at Samos island, Greece. He started his professional steps as a junior researcher and a lab teaching assistant in the same department back in 2012. Since 2016, he’s worked for Unify as an R&D Engineer in the NG911 project. Additionally, he participates in the unified communications and collaboration patent office. During this period, he’s had the chance to collaborate with different engineers, contributing both to the development lifecycle and the patent process. He was recognized by Unify as the Inventor of the Year 2019, out of 123 inventors, for scoring the highest number of first filings in 2019.
Articles posted by Zisis Tsiatsikas
Machine learning keeps emergency response systems available under attack
Everyone should be able to access emergency calling services at any time, in any place, and under any condition. But this is not always true. The next-generation 9-1-1 (NG911 in America, NG112 in Europe) systems consist of several entities that need to offer non-stop emergency services. Apart from technical difficulties, like for example the