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Friday 2nd December 2016

Jorge Blasco Alis speaks at BCS event on IOT

Jorge Blasco Alis speaks at BCS event on IOT
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News article of Jorge Blasco Alis' recent talk on IOT at the BCS
Date:
02/12/2016
Friday 4th November 2016

National Cyber Security Strategy confirms additional funding for Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security

Description
National Cyber Security Strategy confirms additional funding for Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security
Date:
04/11/2016
Wednesday 2nd November 2016

Award-winning ISG research to be broadcast in live webinar

Award-winning ISG research to be broadcast in live webinar
Description
The Information Security Group will be holding its first ISG Research Webinar on 10 November 2016. That is, Professor Kenny Paterson's talk will be live streamed at: http://livestream.com/accounts/8938540/events/6543304. The seminar is based on a paper written by ISG researchers which recently won the Best Paper Award at ACM CCS 2016 (The 23rd ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security). The details are as follows:Date: Thursday 10 November 2016 @ 11:00 GMTSpeaker: Professor Kenny PatersonTitle: A Surfeit of SSH CiphersuitesAbstract: This talk presents a systematic analysis of symmetric encryption modes for SSH that are in use on the internet providing deployment statistics, new attacks and security proofs for widely used modes. Joint work with Martin Albrecht, Jean Paul Degabriele and Torben Brandt Hansen.
Date:
02/11/2016
Thursday 27th October 2016

ISG Research wins Best Paper Award at ACM CCS 2016

ISG Research wins Best Paper Award at ACM CCS 2016
Description
ISG Research Wins Best Paper Award at ACM CCS 2016
Date:
27/10/2016
Tuesday 25th October 2016

Now Available: Computer Weekly's 2016 Royal Holloway Information Security Thesis Series

Now Available: Computer Weekly's 2016 Royal Holloway Information Security Thesis Series
Description
Every year a number of the top graduates of the GCHQ accredited MSc Information Security and its sister distance learning course contribute valuable white papers to the information security industry through a series hosted by Computer Weekly. Many of the authors were already experts in their subjects before starting the MSc in order to widen and deepen their knowledge of information security in general. The result is a series of informative leading edge articles, written under the guidance of their ISG supervisors, which provide to a wide professional readership a useful, informed, non-technical yet expert insight into a number of important topics. They represent the highlights from the culmination of a number of months study of the latest work in the area which was the subject of the main author's dissertation.
Date:
25/10/2016

Prize for Capture the Flag hacking squad

Prize for Capture the Flag hacking squad
Description
Three researchers from Royal Holloway's Capture the Flag (CTF) team took third prize in the 2016 Android Hacking Event organized at Fraunhofer SIT, Darmstadt, Germany.
Date:
25/10/2016
Thursday 22nd September 2016

All Party Parliamentary Group on Cyber Security

All Party Parliamentary Group on Cyber Security
Description
Article on cyber security new government all party group & ISG
Date:
22/09/2016
Monday 5th September 2016

New article from Professor Keith Martin

New article from Professor Keith Martin
Description
New article from Professor Keith Martin
Date:
05/09/2016
Friday 12th August 2016

DCMS DL Scholarships

DCMS DL Scholarships
Description
DL DCMS Scholarships available
Date:
12/08/2016
Monday 8th August 2016

DCMS Scholarships

DCMS Scholarships
Description
New Scholarships from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport
Date:
08/08/2016
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