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Talks: 'Testing Elasticity' and 'Software Security' (8th May 2015)

Gerson Sunyé

The School of Computer Science and Informatics, the Performance Engineering Lab and Lero invite you to two software engineering related talks:
 - Gerson Sunyé, Associate Professor (INRIA/University of Nantes, France), on 'Elasticity Testing for Cloud Applications'.
 - Bryan Nealer, Principal Program Manager with Microsoft Skype (UK), on 'Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle - Engineering Secure Products’

Where and when? UCD CSI B1.08, 8th May 2015, 10AM (Gerson Sunyé) and 11AM (Bryan Nealer).

Title: Elasticity Testing for Cloud Applications
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(coming soon)
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UCD Computer Science Summer School 2015

Are you in 5th Year and interested in finding out more about a degree in Computer Science?

UCD is running a one day Computer Science Summer School for students interested in experiencing a day in the life of a UCD Computer Science student. 

What happens on the day?

UCD Dr. Pavel Gladyshev interviewed on Prime Time about the murder of Elaine O’Hara

Digital forensic evidence played a vital role in the recent conviction of Graham Dwyer for the murder of Elaine O’Hara. Detectives and staff of An Garda Siochana and its Cyber Crime Investigation Unit played a vital role in the investigation. Many of them have studied digital forensics and cybercrime investigation at UCD. Dr. Pavel Gladyshev, Head of Digital Forensics Investigation Research Laboratory (DigitalFIRE) and Programme director of MSc in Digital Investigation and Forensic Computing talks about digital forensics on RTE’s Prime Time.

View video here

UCD at the National Cyber Crime Conference, MA, USA

UCD School of Computer Science has taken an exhibition table at the National Cyber Crime Conference, MA, USA on Monday, April 27th - Wednesday, April 29th.  This is an important conference that will be attended by 700+ law enforcement cyber crime officers and is organized for the 4th year by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s office. Police, prosecutors, and forensic examiners from local, state and federal law enforcement agencies attend and receive training to help them face the challenges posed by digital evidence and technology in their criminal investigations.