Sereysethy Touch


I am currently a researcher and teaching assistant at the Faculty of Computer Science in the University of Namur. Before joining InfoSec Group, I was a lecturer at the Department of Computer Science at the Institute of Technology of Cambodia.


My research focuses on information security, honeypot and machine learning, specifically the usage of machine learning techniques to improve the security of information.




  • Touch, S., & Colin, J.-N. (2022). A Comparison of an Adaptive Self-Guarded Honeypot with Conventional Honeypots. Applied Sciences, 12(10).


  • Touch., S., & Colin., J.-N. (2021). Asguard: Adaptive Self-guarded Honeypot. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies - DMMLACS, 565–574.