I am interested in looking at the progression of hacking strategies over
the last ten years or so. However hackers typically don't talk and sadly
my circle of friends do not extend to those leading the hacking trends,
that is, well resourced criminal groups and nation states.
Hackers do however read. I'm interested in what you have found that
already exists in the public domain. Stuff where you have gone "ohhh,
interesting..." or "that's novel" or "I can't talk about it,
but I have
seen this...". I am anticipating links to publicly available news
articles, government reports, conference presentations, YouTube videos
The goal is an academic paper examining these trends that hopefully will
present interesting insights.
I am a researcher at Victoria in Wellington under Professor Ian Welch
whom runs our Cyber Security undergraduate degree and postgraduate
research. I have an ME in Software Engineering with a Network Security
slant and am currently working towards a PhD in the same field with an
applied science focus. I like to think I am making stuff that is
I am very happy to chat if you are interested and will respect the need
to discuss clients and employers in the abstract. Coffee is on me.
But, my main interest here is interesting links Please email me direct!
Engineering and Computer Science
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