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 paper puts forth theidea of using the topology of an organisation’s structure to define the roles and responsibilities to assist with handling a forensic investigation. The paper was commended for highlighting the valuable insights that can be gained from analysing organisational workflows.
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…
The article “On the Automated Management of Security Incidents in Smart Spaces” was featured as the IEEE Access “Article of the Week”. In this article, the authors (Faeq Alrimawi, Liliana…
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….
Sorren presented “Adaptive Evidence Collection in the Cloud Using Attack Scenarios” at the 5th Asian Workshop of Advanced Software Engineering (AWASE2016), Nara, Japan, March 19-20.
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