Faculty of Computing of Metropolitan College participates in NATO Cybersecurity Conference
Aligned with the most prestigious and significant Computing and Technology events, Metropolitan College's Faculty of Computing had the honor to attend the NATO’s 4th NMIOTC Cyber Security Conference In the Maritime Domain. More specifically, Dr Emmanouil Serrelis, programme leader of the MSc Information Security & Computer Forensics postgraduate programme, was among the speakers of this year's conference.
In this context, Dr Serrelis presented a useful research on how to deal with indirect cyber-attacks in Maritime Environment. It is worth mentioning that research topic was conducted in collaboration with Mr Michalis Samios and was adapted from Mr Samios' previous paper on the current threats of Civil Protection IoT devices.
During his postgraduate studies atat Metropolitan College's MSc Information Security & Computer Forensics, Mr Samios initiated and completed his MSc thesis on the current threats of Civil Protection IoT devices.
A few words about NMIOTC Cyber Security Conference In the Maritime Domain
NMIOTC Cyber Security Conference In the Maritime Domain is being held on an annual basis aiming to encourage participation and promotion of collaborative scientific, industrial, naval, maritime and academic inter-workings among individual researchers, practitioners, navy staffs, members of existing associations, academia, shipping companies, standardization bodies, including government departments, international organizations and agencies, public and private sector in general. The Conference focuses on cyber security in maritime domain and cyber defense operations, suggesting efficient ways to tackle them.