IEEE Seminar: Ethical Hacking

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Ethical hacking is the process by which an authorised individual uses the methods and techniques of an adversary (hacker) with the intention of identifying vulnerabilities before an organisation is compromised. In order to understand how an attacker identifies, targets and compromises a system, this workshop will begin with a case study—but this won’t be a boring lecture on what went wrong. This will be a live-hack demo where you will experience the process from first encounter through full network access.

Professor Paul Haskell-Dowland


Associate Dean for Computing and Security, School of Science, Edith Cowan University

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