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Tuesday / Sep 19, 2017 /

Presentation at RISE SICS Security Day 2017

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On the 7th of September, 2017 I gave a talk at the Security Day organized by RISE SICS in Stockholm, Sweden. This event is a full-day security workshop organized every year by the Security Lab at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science. You can find more information on the following link: https://www.sics.se/events/rise-sics-security-day-2017 My presentation was divided […]

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Tuesday / May 23, 2017 /

Pune, India, 2017

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In February 2017, I was invited as a keynote speaker at the IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things, Next Generation Networks and Cloud Computing (ICINC’17) that took place in Pune, India. My presentation’s title was: Sharing in the Rain: Security, Privacy and Trust in Cloud Computing and Internet of Things.

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Go Zorbing
Tuesday / May 23, 2017 /

London, UK

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Some random photos from London and from some other places in the UK. A video from the Go Zorbing experience!

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Thursday / May 18, 2017 /

Three Things We Have Learnt From The WannaCry Cyber Attack

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During the last few days, we have seen a new ransomware with code name WannaCry spread rapidly all over the world, infecting thousands of computers and causing crisis in a wide range of industries, with spotlight on the National Health Services (NHS) in England. Ransomware is a malicious software that prevents affected users from accessing […]

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Tuesday / Mar 28, 2017 /

How WhatsApp encryption works – and why there shouldn’t be a backdoor

Encryption, Privacy, Security, Technology / 1 Comment

A battle between national security and privacy is brewing. Governments and secret services are asking encrypted messaging services such as WhatsApp to allow them access to users’ data. Most recently, in the wake of the March attack at Westminster, Amber Rudd, the UK home secretary, said it was unacceptable that the government couldn’t read the […]

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Tuesday / Mar 28, 2017 /

Al Jazeera Interview Regarding WhatsApp Encryption

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On the 26th of March I gave a live interview at the “Newshour” show at Al Jazeera regarding the fact that the UK government and secret services are asking encrypted messaging services such as WhatsApp to allow them access to users’ data.

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Tuesday / Sep 13, 2016 /

Lecturer Position in Cyber Security

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University of Westminster, Faculty of Science and Technology, Computer Science Department This is a full-time, permanent post and the successful candidate will join a Department with a widely recognised reputation for teaching Computer Science in the heart of London. The Department hosts several well-established undergraduate and postgraduate courses for both full-time and part-time students. The […]

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Monday / Jul 04, 2016 /

Cyber Security Women’s Day

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University of Westminster to host inaugural Cyber Security Women’s Day The first BCS Cyber Security Women’s Day will be hosted at the University of Westminster on 9th July 2016, and will offer training to women who want to start a career in cyber security. The event is being organised by the Information Governance Group (ISSG), […]

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Friday / May 27, 2016 /

PhD Position in IoT Security & Privacy

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Major Responsibilities We are looking for an excellent, motivated, self-driven doctoral student to work in the exciting area of Internet of things (IoT) security and privacy focusing on developing new, smarter, and more agile security approaches. The PhD student will join the Secure Systems group (http://www.surrey.ac.uk/cs/research/) for three years, working in the area of secure […]

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Wednesday / Jan 13, 2016 /

Women’s Scholarship in Cyber Security

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The (ISC)² (“ISC-squared”) Foundation is announcing its application periods for Women’s Scholarship, with awards of up to US$40,000 (UK£27,000), and Faculty Exam Vouchers program for teaching professionals pursuing an (ISC)2 Certification. The (ISC)² Foundation will accept applications for both Women’s Scholarship and Faculty Exam Vouchers January 1 – March 15, 2016. Other scholarships available include […]

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