ISG attends Education UK exhibition in Greece

Education UK in GreeceThe ISG recently attended the Education UK Exhibition Greece which took place in Athens on the 16th-17th of April 2011. Dr Konstantinos Markantonakis represented the campus and Distance Learning (DL) versions of our MSc in Information Security in this successful event, which attracted more than 5,000 visitors. Prospective MSc students had the opportunity to find more about our courses through a direct point of contact. The event also offered Kostas the opportunity to meet with our extensive number of Greek Alumni.

Prof. Kenny Paterson is Program Chair for Eurocrypt 2011

Prof. Kenny PatersonEurocrypt is one of the premier annual cryptography conferences. This year, which is the conference's 30th year, it will take place in Tallinn, Estonia, from May 15th to 19th. And the ISG's Prof. Kenny Paterson has taken the critical role of Program Chair for the year, giving him overall responsibility for all scientific aspects of the conference.

Prof. Fred Piper and Dr. Lizzie Coles-Kemp to speak at ISSA Ireland

ISSAThe ISG is pleased to announce that Prof. Fred Piper and Dr. Lizzie Coles-Kemp both spoke at the ISSA Ireland National Conference on Wednesday the 11th of May in Dublin. The draft programme is available here.

New Member for Smart Card Centre

OrangeThe ISG are delighted to announce a research collaboration between Orange Labs UK (Orange) and the Information Security Group Smart Card Centre (SCC) at Royal Holloway, University of London. Orange has become a Member of the SCC and committed significant funding to the core research programme for at least the next three years.

ISG invites Teaching Fellowship applications

RHULThe ISG are pleased to invite applications for a five-year appointment as a Teaching Fellowship within the group. Successful applicants, educated to degree level, should possess the broad range of skills needed to deliver (and update/extend) a range of different modules on the Information Security MSc programme. This breadth of expertise requires considerable experience in the field, either through extensive industrial or academic experience. Active research interests in areas allied to one of the ISG’s research groups are desirable, although independent research activity is not required for this teaching post.

The ISG Review 2011

ISG Review 2011The Information Security Group is pleased to announce the publication of the ISG Review 2011. The newsletter describes many of the ISG's research interests and explains the key activities of the ISG over the last year. We encourage website visitors to download it and browse.