ICSA Research Group

10/05/2011

Our annual proposal day

Filed under: News — Martin Olivier @ 20:32

Tomorrow, 11 May 2011 (11/5/11!), ICSA’s annual proposal day will take place.  At this event (almost) all our students will state and justify the problems they will solve during their research projects.  (In some cases they will even be able to claim that they have solved the problem!)  Visitors are more than welcome to attend any or all the presentations in the ICSA Lab.

Date: Wednesday 11 May, 2011

Time: 10:30 for 11:00

Place: ICSA Lab, IT Building – East Wing, Level 4, University of Pretoria Main Campus, Lynwood Rd Pretoria. For a map, please see http://web.up.ac.za/default.asp?ipkCategoryID=2322

Here is the programme: 

 
Wednesday 11 May 2011 – ICSA Lab, IT Building Level 4.60, UP
Main Campus

10:45am

Arrival – drinks

11:00-11:10

Welcome and Opening

       Prof Hein Venter: About the ICSA Lab 

 

Session 1

Session Chairperson: Kamil Reddy

11:11-11:16

Digital Forensic Readiness for Wireless Sensor Network Environments Francois Mouton, MSc

11:17-11:22

A Network Forensics Implementation to Detect Mobile Botnets using Artificial Immune Systems, Içkin Vural, MSc

11:23-11:28

Digital Forensics in Online Virtual Worlds Anastassia Rakitianskaia, MSc

11:29-11:32

Database Anti-Forensics, Heloise Pieterse, Hons

11:33-11:38

 A Digital forensic framework for SOA and Web Services, Peter Chan, MSc

11:39-11:42

Investigation on the techniques for digital forensics on cloud computers, Dirk Ras, Hons

11:43-11:48

Desco, COS 301, Undergrads

11:49-11:52

On Some Aspects of Honey-Pots through Forensics, Mpho Makutsoane, Hons

11:53-11:58

FPCM and it’s role in Digital Forensics, Pedro De Souza, MSc

11:59-12:04

Using Digital Forensic techniques to combat Unsolicited electronic communication Current focus: Designing and implementing a monitoring tool that collects digital forensic information
pertaining to electronic communication specifically email, Ruan van Staden, Msc

12:05-12:10

XML – Trail – Developing a model for XML Forensics,Dirk Kotze, MSc

12:11-12:21

Digital Forensics readiness framework for public key infrastructure systems, Aleksandar Valjarevic, PhD

12:22-12:25

USSD Forensics, Marli Steenkamp, Hons

12:26-12:31

Stereoscopic Image Tampering, Mark-Anthony Fouche, MSc

12:32-12:42

On the Management of a Forensic Readiness Framework for Information Privacy Incidents in Large Organisations , Kamil Reddy, PhD

12:43-12:48

The use of digital forensic techniques to detect digital images containing specific objects or human traits like faces, Enos Mabuto, MSc

12:49-12:59

Forensic Readiness- Mitigating risk exposure of cyber-bullying to the children of South-Africa utilising cellular phones, Stephen Serra, PhD

13:00-13:30

BREAK – Coffee and Snacks

 

Session 2

Session Chairperson: Tayana Morkel

13:31-13:34

The Effect Social Networks have on the Spread of Information“, but this will be changing and moving towards a Trust and Social Engineering direction,Nikitah Bobhate, Hons

13:35-13:40

The design of a wireless LAN digital forensic readiness model, Sipho Ngobeni, MSc

13:41-13:44

A Net-Centric Software Engineering Model catering for System Processes and
existing Architectures in a Web Environment? Chris Le Roy, Hons.

13:45-13:50

Image Steganography, Tayana Morkel, MSc.

13:51-13:54

Wireless acquisition of information of Mobile Devices, Phillip Tremwith, Hons

13:55-14:00

Isolation of a digital crime scene in a cloud infrastructure, Waldo Delport, MSc

14:01-14:04

Scaling the threat with regards to mobile security Roland Rehrl, Hons

14:05-14:10

Fairness of MANET trust protocols, Ivan Burke, MSc.

14:11-14:14

Rethinking software engineering and the need for a software profession, Ben Van Zyl, Hons

14:15-14:20

Antiphishing with charged PSO, Vivek Vishe, MSc.

14:21-14:24

Security in Software Engineering and Architecture, Darren Young, Hons

14:25-14:30

Querying the evidence, Reino Mostert, MSc

14:31-14:36

On the composition of database layers for a database forensic investigation,Hector Beyers, MSc

14:37-14:40

Closing

14:41-15:00

Drinks – Informal session

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