Security Engineering (Undergraduate)
Cyber-security is an indispensable requisite of any IT-dependent enterprise and critical knowledge and skills in security is in increasing demand. This module emphasizes on cyber security engineering, and will cover a broad range of cyber security fundamentals, including major concepts, security requirements, practices, technologies and policies. Weekly labs will deliver a range of skills in enforcing security requirements, performing system evaluation and mitigating common vulnerabilities.
Research Interests:Mohammad is currently a PhD student in Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London and a member of DataboxProject, an EPSRC project on privacy-aware personal data platform. His research focuses on machine learning for privacy-preserving data mining and publishing, particularly for time-series data generated by Internet of Things (IoT) devices. [His Official Webpage]
Malekzadeh M, Clegg RG, Cavallaro A et al. (2019). Mobile sensor data anonymization. nameOfConference
Malekzadeh M, Clegg RG, Haddadi H (2018). Replacement autoencoder: a privacy-preserving algorithm for sensory data analysis. nameOfConference
Gharibi R, Malekzadeh M (2017). Gamified Incentives: A Badge Recommendation Model to Improve User Engagement in Social Networking Websites. nameOfConference
MALEKZADEH M, Fazli M, Jalaly Khalilabadi P et al. (2011). Social balance and signed network formation games. 5th SNA-KDD Workshop ’11 (SNA-KDD’11)