Talks and presentations
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Guest Lecture, Abertay University, Abertay University, Dundee, UK
Abstract: Traditional penetration testing is a proven method for identifying vulnerabilities in computer systems, simulating real-world attacks to identify potential issues before they can be exploited in the real-world. Traditional pentesting makes use of a variety of techniques and tools for organisations, but with the introduction of robotic systems and other cyber-physical systems as a service (e.g. RaaS) becoming more common, will we observe a shift towards more “alternative” styles of pentesting?
Guest Lecture, Newcastle University, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK
In this talk, delivered to masters-level students, I presented my work on side channel attacks on robotic systems, with a tailored focus on the applicability and generalisability to cyber-physical systems in general.
Lecture, Heriot-Watt University, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
I gave a guest lecture on the topic of Usable Security in week 4 of the Advanced Human Computer Interaction course at Heriot-Watt University, delivered to 4th year undergraduate and postgraduate students.