Md Sadek Ferdous is a Research Associate in the Centre of the Centre for Global Finance and Technology at Imperial College Business School investigating how the distribute ledger technology can be leveraged for self-sovereign identity. He is also working as a Technology Fellow at the Cabinet Office of the UK Government to explore how distributed ledger technology can be leveraged for securing digital evidence. He did his PhD on Identity Management from the University of Glasgow. He has several years of experience of working as a post-doctoral researcher in different universities in different European and UK-funded research projects. His current research interests include distributed ledger, identity management, trust management and security and privacy issues in cloud computing and social networks.
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