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UCD CCI on RTE Prime Time

How much could someone find out about you online with just your name and email address? How aware of the dangers are you? What can criminals do if they have your personal data? In this film, UCD Centre for Cybersecurity & Cybercrime Investigation analysts show ten members of the public how much of their (private) life is on view and what criminals can do with their information.

Most popular postgraduate courses in UCD are in Computer Science

The Irish Times has listed the most popular postgraduate courses in Ireland and the School of Computer Science has the top two in UCD. These courses have the largest number of students on them, rather than the courses with the highest number of applications. Out of hundreds of postgraduate courses in Ireland’s third-level institutions, the Irish Times ranked #1 the Msc in Computer Science  and #2 the Msc in Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation.

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Scholarships available for EU Applicants to Taught MSc Programmes - April application deadline!

Scholarships available for EU Applicants to Taught MSc Programmes - April application deadline!

A limited number of partial scholarships are available for all self-funded EU applicants to the taught MSc programmes listed below for the academic session commencing Sept 2015. Note:  Only those who submit their application by Friday 20th April @ 5pm will be eligible for consideration.

DFRWS EU 2015 Annual Conference

DFRWS EU 2015 Annual Conference

UCD is hosting sessions of the DFRWS EU 2015 Annual Conference which will be held in Dublin from March 23 to 26, 2015. Leading digital forensics researchers from government, industry, and academia will gather to present their work and results to fellow researchers and practitioners.

Conference includes practical forensics workshops from Google, Arxsys, Tracks Inspector; digital forensic competition from IBM and ITB. Keynote speech by Christ Ashton, director of Spectrum Engineering at Inmarsat, on the investigative use of satellite data to narrow search for the lost Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.