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Kabul Kurniawan

Kabul Kurniawan M.Cs.
+43 1 31336 6632
About me:
Kabul Kurniawan received a B.Sc and M.Sc degree in Computer Science at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) Indonesia in 2013 and 2015 respectively. He was a research assistant at the Institute of Software and Information System, Vienna University of Technology in 2018 before joining the Institute of Data, Process, and Knowledge Management as a project assistant at Vienna University of Business and Economics, in 2020. He is currently a Doctoral candidate at the Computer Science, University of Vienna, Austria. His research includes Data Interoperability, Knowledge Graphs, and Semantic Application in the domain of Cybersecurity and Information Security.
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since 2020
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  • 1109 Information and data processing (Details)
  • 1925 Knowledge management (Details)
  • 2953 Data security and data privacy (Details)


  • Information Security
  • Interoperability
  • Semantic Web


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Journal article

2019 Kiesling, Elmar, Ekelhart, Andreas, Kurniawan, Kabul. 2019. The SEPSES Knowledge Graph: An Integrated Resource for Cybersecurity. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). 198-214. (Details)
2018 Kurniawan, Kabul. 2018. Semantic Query Federation for Scalable Security Log Analysis. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). 294-303. (Details)
  Ekelhart, Andreas, Kiesling, Elmar, Kurniawan, Kabul. 2018. Taming the logs - Vocabularies for semantic security analysis. Procedia Computer Science. 137 109-119. open access (Details)

Contribution to conference proceedings

2021 Kurniawan, Kabul, Ekelhart, Andreas, Kiesling, Elmar, Quirchmayr, Gerald, Tjoa, A Min. 2021. Virtual Knowledge Graphs for Federated Log Analysis. In ICPS Proceedings, Hrsg. ARES 2021, 1-11. Wien: None. (Details)
2020 Kurniawan, Kabul, Ekelhart, Andreas, Kiesling, Elmar. 2020. Cross-Platform File System Activity Monitoring and Forensics – A Semantic Approach. In ICT Systems Security and Privacy Protection, Hrsg. Hölbl, Marko, Rannenberg, Kai, Welzer, Tatjana, 384-397. Maribor, Slovenia: Springer International Publishing. (Details)


Semantic Processing of Security Event Streams (2020-2021) (Details)