Are current systems ready to identify the cause of cyber attacks and apprehend the perpetrators? In his study, ‘Are You Ready? Towards the Engineering of Forensic-Ready Systems‘, George found that while 64% of surveyed organisations considered requirements for the detection of security incidents, less than a quarter (23%) have considered requirements regarding the collection of data for forensic investigations.
Tom runs data security workshop at Galway-based Charity
Tom Welsh delivered a workshop on data security and its real-world implications to staff at Galway based Charity “Croi Na Gallimhe” this week.
Sorren Presents at SERF 2017
Sorren presented a paper on the ‘Use of Organisational Topologies for Forensic Investigations’ at the 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering and Digital Forensics (SERF) co-located with ESEC/FSE 2017. The…
“Article of the Week”
Our paper entitled “LiveBox: A Self-Adaptive Forensic-Ready Service for Drones” was featured as the IEEE Access “Article of the Week”. The work is a collaboration with our colleagues at the…
Congratulations Dr Faeq!
Faeq Alrmawi successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled ‘Software Engineering for Forensic-Ready Cyber-Physical Systems‘ on 3rd June 2020. His external examiner was Prof. Michael Goedicke, the internal examiner was Dr….
Faeq Supports National Scratch Competition
Faeq Alrimawi supported Claire McInerney and the Irish Computer Society in the Scratch National Finals. Faeq, paired with John Molony (on the right), judged nine projects in total for 1st…
ASAP Group Awarded Best Paper at SEAMS 2018
Thein Than Tun and Bashar Nuseibeh were on stage to accepted the Best Paper Award at SEAMS 2018. The paper is titled, Requirements and Specifications for Adaptive Security: Concepts and…