Dr Shancang Li (BEng, MEng, PhD) is a lecturer in Network Forensics at School of Computing. Over the last few years, he has been working on a
few research projects funded by EU, EPSRC, A4B (Academic expertise for
Business), TSB (Technology Strategy Board), and industry. Based on these
research projects, dozens of papers have been published. His current
research interests include network forensics, security, wireless sensor
networks, Internet of Things, and lightweight cryptography over IoT.
Electronic information now plays a vital role in almost every aspect of our daily lives. So the need for a secure and trustworthy online infrastructure is more important than ever. without it, not only the growth of the internet but our personal interactions and the economy itself could be at risk.
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Buchanan, W. (2016). Password Pattern and Vulnerability Analysis for Web and Mobile Applications. ZTE Communications, 14, (3), 32-36.
Buchanan, W. (2016). Password Pattern and Vulnerability Analysis for Web and Mobile Applications. ZTE Communications: Recent Development on Security and Privacy in Modern Communication Environments, S0, (), 32-36.
Andriotis, P. (2016). Risk Assessment for Mobile Systems through a Multi-Layered Hierarchical Bayesian Network. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON CYBERNETICS, 46, (), .
Li, H. (2016). The Internet of Things: A Security Point of View. Internet Research, 26, (2), 337 - 359.
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