Symposium in Security and Cybercrime
31/05/2011 - 31/12/2011
The UK is faced with many new threats which could damage the infrastructure of the country, especially in terms of its critical infrastructure. These threats include the risk to individuals, to communities, and to businesses. Thus there needs to be an integrated approach to understanding these risks, and to mitigate them wherever possible. A key factor is for a range of domains to collaborate effectively, and to co-ordinate their activities, especially in defining the important threats, and how information can be gained to prevent any future events.
The Symposium is delivered with the support of Scottish Enterprise.
The project involves the collaboration between Edinburgh Napier University and IIS Ltd. Its main focus is to design, develop and test software code for the creation of a novel cloud-based disk analysis product.
This project extends the e-Health Cloud-based Platform, and integrates with assisted living. The project integrates Edinburgh Napier University, Microsoft and HoIP, and has created a novel governance policy infrastructure using a circle-of-trust relationship for assisted living, which then links to...
This research project studies the feasibility of a Cloud-based platform which is used to evaluate the performance of digital forensics tools. Along with measuring key quality metrics, such as true-positives, and false-positives, the platform also measures operational performance, such as the speed...
The Office of Cyber Security & Information Assurance (OCSIA) estimates that the cost of cybercrime to businesses, in the UK alone, is over £21 billion per annum. This project focuses on the real-time assessment of the risks associated with affiliate marketing networks.
This symposium aims to bring together knowledge from many different domains in order to create knowledge exchange and collaborative infrastructures, which address the key risks that Scotland faces. The focus on this symposium is security risk, cybercrime and the protection of critical...
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