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ISG lecturer Dr Liz Quaglia appears in the Mobile Security Research Hall of Fame

Posted on 26/10/2017

Dr Liz Quaglia, lecturer in the Information Security Group, together with her co-authors Maxime Meyer and Ben Smyth, is now appearing on GSMA's Hall of Fame for their work on GSMA's M2M Remote Provisioning specification and the responsible disclosure of several attacks that have the ability to impact the mobile industry and its customers.

The GSMA's Mobile Security Research Hall of Fame lists security vulnerability finders that have made contributions to increasing the security of the mobile industry by submitting disclosures to the GSMA or its members. It is the primary mechanism for the GSMA to recognise and acknowledge the positive impact the finder has had on the mobile industry by following the GSMA's CVD process.



   
 
 
 

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