Monthly Archives: February 2016

Internet of Things (IoT) – How private is your private life?

Last November I was invited to give a keynote speech at the 2015 IEEE International Conference on Research in Computational Intelligence and Computer Networks (ICRCICN 2015) held in Kolkata, India.  I chose the topic “The Internet of Everything: How secure should it be?”* The more I thought about the security of the IoT, the more I realised how IoT could make individuals insecure and vulnerable and that the coming of IoT could seriously impact on our privacy!

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Job hunting tips

Once more, another cluster of students will be fleeing into the job market, searching for jobs in the field of Computing and Digital Forensics. Skills they have acquired and knowledge they have gained, will once again, fall under question… here come the interviews. Shivering in their boots, thoughts raised over what questions will be asked, are they worthy enough for such job descriptions and do they know everything and enough to pull through? Continue reading