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#1 m0hs

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Posted 20 February 2015 - 01:13 PM

Hi all,

 

Hope everything is going well guys. Well I have been given some optional modules to choose as in the final year of undergraduate course. Now I'm doing my second year in computer forensics and my field or interest is digital forensics investigation and penetration testing. What I need is your suggestions and opinions on the modules and how they are related to my major.

 

Module One // Secure Web Application Development

 

Outline content:

 

Object Oriented web applications
Simple patterns - MVC, Registry, etc
Single point of access architecture
Secure access to databases
Accessing web services
Common web-site vulnerabilities & how to avoid them
 
Module Two // Telematics
 
Outline content:
 
CAN Networking, with emphasis on vehicle telematic systems using the J1939 protocol, and knowledge of industrial protocols such as DeviceNet.
Application of GSM technology for remote monitoring and control. Specific emphasis will be the use of SMS (PDU and Text mode), GPRS and dial-up connections to transfer data.
Application of BlueTooth technology for wireless monitoring and control. Specific emphasis will be placed on gaining an understanding of the BASIC HCI protocol that underpins BlueTooth, and some higher level applications.
 
Module Three // Fuzzy Logic and Knowledge Based Systems 
 
Outline Content
 
Introduction to Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Systems
Applications of Fuzzy Logic and Systems – suitability and trade-offs.
Development of Fuzzy Systems using Matlab / C
Introduction to Knowledge Based Systems (KBS)
Knowledge acquisition, Representation and inferencing/reasoning
Applications of KBS
Comparison between KBS and Fuzzy Systems
 
Module Four // Privacy and Data Protection
 
Outline Content
 
Address the legal, social and technological aspects of privacy and data protection,
Consider privacy enabling technologies and privacy invasive technologies
Identify and evaluate the role of the computer professional in providing privacy and data protection, and
Review privacy and data protection legislation from different countries.
 
I'd really appreciate it if you could recommend some tips
 
Thanks in advance
 
Have a nice weekend 
 

Edited by hamluis, 21 February 2015 - 09:48 AM.
Moved from Gen Chat to IT Certs/Careers - Hamluis.


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Posted 22 February 2015 - 03:52 PM

Either Privacy and Data Protection or Introduction to Fuzzy Logic and Fuzzy Systems will probably suit you better for what you want to do.






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