Information Security & Digital Forensics

The ICTAR Information Security & Digital Forensics research theme focuses on security best practices within the information security world as well as methodologies, techniques and best practices within digital forensics. The aims of this research theme are to:

  1. Promote and raise awareness about security guidelines and best practices
  2. Collaborate and assist industry partners to meet security requirements and standards.

MCAST HackSpace

MCAST HackSpace is a space for tinkerers and security-curious students. The aim is to go beyond the media hype and the scary titles, to understand the technologies, the mistakes that make us vulnerable and learn best practices to improve our security hygiene. Everyone and their questions are welcome! Click here to learn more:

Research Profiles

Selected Publications & Dissertations 

  1. Inguanez, F. and Ahmadi, S., 2016, September. Securing smartphones via typing heat maps. In 2016 IEEE 6th International Conference on Consumer Electronics-Berlin (ICCE-Berlin) (pp. 193-197). IEEE.
  2. Cilia, D. and Inguanez, F., 2018, September. Multi-Model authentication using keystroke dynamics for Smartphones. In 2018 IEEE 8th International Conference on Consumer Electronics-Berlin (ICCE-Berlin) (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
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