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ISG Announces SearchSecurity.co.uk Awards

Posted on 03/03/2009

The Information Security Group (ISG) would like to announce the winners of the 2008 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

searchsecurity.co.uk. The theses are available as technical reports on the the mathematics department website.

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

  • Interdomain Routing Security (BGP-4): A Comparison between S-BGP and soBGP

    by Rostom Zouaghi and supervised by Steven Wolthusen

  • Maximising the Effectiveness of Information Security Awareness Using Marketing and Psychology Principles

    by Geordie Stewart and supervised by John Austen

  • Information Security Awareness: An Innovation Approach

    by Carlos Orozco Corona and supervised by John Austen

  • Fuzzing for Software Vulnerability Discovery

    by Toby Clarke and supervised by Jason Crampton

  • Applying Misuse Cases to Improve the Security of Information Systems

    by John Neil Ruck and supervised by Geraint Price

  • Buffer Overflows in the Microsoft Windows Environment

    by Parvez Anwar and supervised by Andreas Fuchsberger

  • Management of Risks associated with De-perimeterisation

    by Kwok Keong Lee and supervised by Peter Wild

  • Digital Rights Management: Towards a Balance between Copyright Rights and Fair Use Exceptions

    by Christian Bonnici and supervised by Keith Martin

  • Extending Secure Execution Environments Beyond the TPM

    by Talha Tariq and supervised by Chris Mitchell


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