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CSCAN Cyber Talk 6: DevSecOps: Concept and Challenges

DevSecOps: Concept and Challenges by Dr Osama Abu Oun The presentation will focus on the big picture of DevOps and Cybersecurity. It will discuss the challenges faced by DevOps engineers and the need to integrate cybersecurity into the DevOps process. Podcasts: www.cscan.org/podcasts Research Centre Website: www.cscan.org

CSCAN cyber talk 5 : The human factor in cybercrime

The human factor in cybercrime by Dr. Maria Bada This talk will be discussing the two sides of the human factor in cybercrime. First, the presenter will be presenting the pathways and psychologies of cybercriminals. In addition, she will be describing the role of victims and different types of harms cyber-attacks can cause. Podcasts: www.cscan.org/podcasts Research Centre Website: www.cscan.org

CSCAN Cyber Talk 4: Dashcam forensics

A dashboard camera (“dashcam”) is an in-vehicle mountable camera which records video and audio footage of vehicle journeys. Dashcams create numerous artefacts of evidential value such as GPS data, temporal data, vehicular speed data, audio, video and photographic images. Dashcam usage has increased over the last few years with 9% of drivers using dashcams in 2015, 17% in 2017, and 27% in 2018 (Aviva, 2018). This number is expected to increase remarkably, particularly with some manufacturers planning to incorporate dashcam capability within new car design. Dashcam evidence is essential in road-traffic related incidents as well as to provide evidence of in-vehicle activity. Despite their importance, there is a paucity of research into dashcam forensics, and there are no known tools that enable dashcam forensics. This talk highlights the work that we are doing in supporting this field. The talk provides an overview of the evidential value of dashcam devices, methods of extracting the evidence, efforts to develop a useful dashcam evidence dataset, and then reports on three prototypes aimed at extracting dashcam evidence. Podcasts: www.cscan.org/podcasts Research Centre Website: www.cscan.org