Josephina Antoniou is an Assistant Professor of Computing and the Course Leader of the MSc Computing course at UCLan Cyprus, School of Sciences. She is also the Chair of the ACM-W (Association for Computing Machinery Women) Cyprus chapter since 2014. She has received her PhD in Computer Science from the Department of Computer Science of the University of Cyprus in 2010, her MSc in Advanced Computer Technologies also from the University of Cyprus in 2004, and her BA in Computer Science and Mathematics from Wartburg College, IA, USA in 2002. She has participated as the leader of tasks and work packages in completed FP6/FP7 projects such as SEACORN, B-BONE, C-MOBILE, C-CAST (2002- 2010), while she is currently involved in FP7 RESPONSIBLE INDUSTRY (2015-2017) and H2020 COMPASS (2016-2019). She has also been involved in COST IC1004: Cooperative Radio Communications for Green Smart Environments (2011-2015) and in FP7-PEOPLE Marie Curie – International Reintegration Grant: 3D-UNDERWORLD: Rapid Scanning and Automatic 3D Reconstruction of Underwater Sites (2011-2012). She is one of the organizers of the Cyprus National Penetration Testing/Ethical Hacking competition since 2015, and the ACM Local Director for the Cyprus national qualifying competition for ACM ICPC. She is the author of a book on Game Theory in Communication Networks, as well as the author of numerous peer- reviewed articles and book chapters. Her research interests, fall within the area of Communication Networks and Security; specifically strategic modelling with the use of tools such as Game Theory and Bayesian Principles, as well as quantification of user experience with the use of technological structures such as Cloud Computing, and context awareness when considering automated/adaptable environments.