Tuesday, 15 June 2021, 7:00pm - 8:00pm
The Internet-of-Things (IoT) is transforming the supply chain. It can help businesses to improve their inventory solutions, monitoring capabilities or simply provide better customer service. However, businesses are also concerned about the complexity and emerging security risks introduced to their infrastructure. This talk will address IoT from a different perspective, we will investigate the merging concept of Digital Witnesses (DW) and discuss how you can leverage the complexity of new devices within the supply chain to support your Incident Response plan.
Dr. Haider Khateeb, Reader in Cybersecurity and Deputy Director of the Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute (WCRI) University of Wolverhampton,
Dr Haider al-Khateeb holds a position as a Reader in Cybersecurity at the University of Wolverhampton. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA), with a first-class BSc (Hons) in Computer Science, and a PhD in Cybersecurity. Haider conducts his research at the Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute (WCRI) at the university, his role includes leading R&D projects, consultancy, knowledge exchange & research impact including instrumental, conceptual, and capacity building. With over 12 years in the UK’s HE sector, he has been invited to talk at various international events, has proven track record of publications, delivered multi-disciplinary projects, and worked with SMEs to launch new innovative products. Haider has delivered a range of both theory-based and hands-on technical training on topics such as Ethical Hacking, Incident Response, Risk Management and Assurance Methodologies, and Information Governance. He has long experience with Transnational Education (TNE) and Executive Master’s degrees in Cybersecurity through universities as well as leading IT training providers in the UK such as QA Ltd. Haider has also worked on the NCSC’s CyberFirst initiative, a pivotal part of the UK government’s National Cyber Security Programme to develop the UK’s next generation of cyber professionals. As a security researcher, Haider is actively engaged with the latest trends on Distributed Digital Forensics, Cyber Resilience, Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI), and Online Safety for vulnerable groups. His interest in a broad range of collaborative activities has led to work with national and international researchers to achieve impact, publish in leading journals and to write proposals addressing funding calls, in total he has assisted in the generation of over £1.3m. His quality work has attracted various awards such as best conference papers, teaching awards and university achievement awards.
Free for members and non-membersLast updated 7th June, 2021 at 7:29pm