Fanny Rivera-Ortiz has presented a research paper entitled, “Engineering Forensic-Ready Software Systems Using Automated Logging“, at the Doctoral Symposium collocated with REFSQ 2022, in Birmingham, UK. In her presentation, Fanny introduces a novel semi-automated approach called Forensic-Ready Logger (FRL). The approach helps developers to elicit a set of potential software misuse scenarios, expressed as annotated UML (Unified Modelling Language) Sequence Diagrams, that can be used to identify the exact location where logging instructions should be placed and the information they should log.
Congratulations Dr Mazen!
Mazen Azzam successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled ‘Physics-based Early Warnings for Forensic Readiness in Industrial Control Systems‘ on 30th May 2022. His external examiner was Prof. Ernesto Damiani, the…
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…
Bashar gives Keynote Address at ESEC/FSE in Italy
The keynote was titled, “Software without Boundaries: engineering secure invisible software”.
Fanny Recognised on International Women’s Day
In support of International Women’s Day, UCD Women Computer science profiled Fanny Rivera Ortiz as one of their ‘Inspirational Women’ studying Computer Science at UCD. Fanny commented: “Women in Computer Science…
“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…
Liliana shows off her topology demo at the Lero Launch
Liliana presented a demo of “Topology Aware Adaptive Security” at the Lero Launch.