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Information Security Group announces SearchSecurity.co.uk Awards

Posted on 31/03/2010

The Information Security Group (ISG) would like to announce the winners of the 2009 SearchSecurity.co.uk awards. These awards honour outstanding M.Sc. theses on topics that might be of particular interest to businesses. The authors of these theses are invited to write articles, with the help of their supervisors, which will be published on the information security blogs http://searchsecurity.co.uk. The theses are available as technical reports on the mathematics department http://www.ma.rhul.ac.uk/tech.

This year's awards are given to the following theses:

Performance Analysis of Authentication Protocols in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANET)

by Abdul Kalam Kunnel Aboobaker and supervised by Dr. Stephen Wolthusen

The Domain Name System (DNS): Security challenges and improvements

by Richard John Matthew Agar and supervised by Prof. Kenneth G. Paterson

Securing the Sage Notebook

by Yoav Aner and supervised by Dr. Carlos Cid

Payment Card Industry: Data Security Standard

by Martin Bradley and supervised by Dr. Alexander W. Dent

Security  Awareness for Children

by Clara Brady and supervised by Prof. Chris Mitchell

Leveraging The Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Countering Organised Crime

by Anna Cevidalli and supervised by John Austen

Business to Business Data Sharing using Trusted Computing

by Stephen S. Khan and supervised by John Austen

Improving Residual Risk Management through the use of Security Metrics

by Jonathan Pagett and supervised by Dr. Siaw-Lynn Ng

Attestation in Trusted Computing: Challenges and Potential Solutions

by Andrew Lee-Thorp and supervised by Prof. Kenneth G. Paterson



   
 
 
 

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