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IT lecturer takes research to Japan

17 February, 2020
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Head of IT and Principal Lecturer Dr Farhad Mehdipour has participated in the 4th IEEE Cyber Science and Technology Congress (CyberSciTech) which was held in Fukuoka, Japan and presented two peer-reviewed papers at the conference.

The conference is aimed at providing a common platform for scientists, researchers, and engineers to share their latest ideas and advances in the broad scope of cyber-related science, technology, and application topics.

The first paper is titled “Commercial Security Scanning: Point-on-Sale (POS) Vulnerability and Mitigation Techniques”. The focus of paper is about the evaluation of the security of POS terminals and proposing some techniques to mitigate the security of point-on-sale payment systems.

The second paper titled “AgentPi: An IoT Enabled Motion CCTV Surveillance System” introduces the development of a cost-efficient and customisable motion CCTV surveillance system.

Farhad says the event was a good opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas with the academics and industry experts from around the world.