Recognising Outstanding Theses – Search Security Publications

Royal Holloway Founder's Building north side The ISG have teamed up with popular industrial information security resource Search Security (www.searchsecurity.co.uk) to recognise outstanding M.Sc. project theses with particular applications to business. A number of outstanding candidates were invited to write short articles on the subject of their thesis. These articles will appear throughout the year on the Search Security website and the corresponding thesis will be published as an ISG Technical Report.

ISG review 06/07 available for download

thumbThe ISG review published yearly to coincide with London's InfoSec exhibition is now available for download by clicking here (Warning: The file is 4MB).

The ISG receive industry award

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The Information Security Group (ISG) at Royal Holloway, University of London has been awarded the industry prize of the Best Information Security Team (government) at the SC Professional Awards.

OrbisIP partners with Information Security Group

thumbRoyal Holloway, University of London has signed a partnership agreement with OrbisIP Limited to assist in the commercialisation of Information Security intellectual property developed by the University’s Information Security Group.

About the BSc in Computer Science (Information Security)

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The Information Security Group has recently established a new undergraduate degree with the Computer Science Department. This programme, entitled Computer Science (Information Security), puts a new and highly relevant twist on a traditional Computer Science degree.

Consortium wins human security bid

thumbMembers of Royal Holloway, University of London's Information Security Group (ISG) and the Psychology department, along with consultants to the ISG, have been chosen to be part of a newly developed programme designed to investigate the human factor in online security threats.