Massimiliano Masi received his Ph.D. in theoretical computer science from the University of Florence. He has more than 13 years of experience in IT security. His experience includes specification of IT security measures of the eGP-EGOR and BeS Projects in Austria, and South African eHR.ZA (governmental eHealth initiatives), lead role of epSOS.eu Common Components Development (CCD) and leader of the Core team of the epSOS Security Experts Group, design security aspects of the CERN’s LHC computing GRID. He has been a member of the OASIS Trust Elevation Committee.
Masi is also the editor of the IHE ITI profile Cross Community Fetch (XCF), and participated in the evaluation of the IHE profiles related to security (e.g., XUA, XUA++, SeR, Access Control White Paper, and ATNA). Massimiliano Masi has strong experience in both leading and contributing to working groups and teams in international projects. He is actually involved in various task forces in the e-SENS project. Selected Expert from the Austrian Ministry of Health, and consultant for various European Commission bodies. ITIL and ISO 27000 certified.
As developer, Dr. Masi’s main focus is on high performant Java Backends. Several nationwide projects depend upon security-related services that have been implemented.