Phd (Computer Science), University of Pisa Pisa, Italy, 1977
1989-1992 - Datamont S.p.A., Italy.
1978-1988 - Olivetti S.p.A.
Various technical positions.
1999-2003 - EDS Italia S.p.A, Italy
Various technical and managerial positions.
1992-1999 - Banksiel, Italy,
Cyber infrastructure and middleware security.
Security for large scale service-oriented, event-driven architectures and web services, security in healthcare.
Methods, tools and techniques for system integration.
Ontologies and semantic web and their application to healthcare and bio-sciences.
E. Bertino, L. D.Martino (March 2007). A Service-oriented Approach to Security - Concepts and Issues. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Autonomous Decentralized Systems (ISADS 2007) and of the 11th IEEE International Workshop on Future Trends of Distributed Computing Sedona, AZ.
E. Bertino, L. D. Martino, F. Paci , A.C. Squicciarini, (2007) Security for Service Oriented Architectures Concepts, Architectures and Standards Springer. (In preparation)
E. Bertino, L. Martino, (1991) Object-Oriented Database Systems - Principles and architectures Addison-Wesley.
E. Bertino, A. C. Squicciarini, I. Paloscia and L. D. Martino (2006). Ws-Ac: A fine grained Access Control System for Web Services. World Wide Web Journal, Kluwer, Volume 9:2, 2006
E. Bertino, L. D. Martino, F. Paci, A. C. Squicciarini (2006). An Adaptive Access Control Model for Web Services. International Journal of Web Service Research, (3), 27-60 July-September 2006
E. Bertino, L. Martino (1991). Object-Oriented Database Management Systems – Concepts and issues. IEEE Computer 24(4)
Lorenzo D. Martino is a Continuing Lecturer in Computer Sciences and at the Cyber Center at Purdue University. Before joining Purdue, he was senior researcher at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Milano (Italy). At the University of Milano he coordinated a research team working in European Community funded projects, including the TrustCom research project (http://www.eu-trustcom.com/ ) which investigated Trust Negotiation techniques and Security Policies for Virtual Organizations. He has more than 20 years of experience in computer and information technology in various technical and managerial roles. His industrial experience includes software product development at computer technology manufacturers, and the development, integration and service management of critical solutions in large corporate financial environments. In the early 80’ while at Olivetti (an Italian computer manufacturer), he participated at development of one of the earliest relational data base management system (the Olivetti ODEX relational data base management system). His previous research addressed multimedia object-oriented distributed systems and security for virtual organizations. Professor Martino currently teaches and conducts research in the area of security and Web services.