Jay Campbell, a writer for theCompanyDime.com wrote an article about the Sabre incident that happened in August 2015. The article can be found here and is called “Sabre’s Silence On Security ‘Incident’ Isn’t Unusual, But It’s Still Making Travel Managers Nervous”.
This trimester was the first time “Ethical hacking” was taught at the University of New Haven. Due to the great success of this class, Fox CT visited us in the UNH Cyber Forensics Research & Education Lab to interview us. (Video and Interview copied from foxct.com). WEST HAVEN — They are far from a bunch of […]
The paper “How Cuckoo filter can improve existing approximate matching techniques” got accepted at the 7th International Conference on Digital Forensics & Cyber Crime (ICDF2C’15). Furthermore, I will present the article “Watch what you wear: Preliminary forensic analysis of smart watches” at Availability, Reliability, and Security (ARES’15, IEEE) in Toulouse, France in August. Both abstracts are […]