Tag Archives: Poster

The implications of GDPR on SMEs

Natasha Williams, BSc Business Information Systems My final year study project is focusing on the impact that the recent General Data Protection Regulation has had on small to medium-sized enterprises. It will uncover the experiences these businesses went through to … Continue reading

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Computational intelligence for medical diagnostics

Summia Shah, BSc Software Engineering A researched focused engineering project, this project aims to find the best computational intelligence to diagnose the medical condition; diabetes type 2

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CRM Conversational Bot using IBM Watson

Priyesh Pankhania, BSc Business Information Systems This project will aim to look at the overall practicality of designing & developing a chatbot to assist in a customer relationship management scenario. For this project to be feasible, a customer will engage in … Continue reading

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Innovation and the Retail Industry – Technologies and Practices

Jack Ramsay, BSc Business Information Systems This project explores the importance of Innovation in the Retail industry and portrays it’s necessity for success. Through this investigation, a number of themes will be examined including; Innovative culture, whether or not innovation is … Continue reading

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Building better systems: A pilot study

Renz Faustino, BSc Cyber Security and Forensic Computing Developing a better culture and mindset toward software production by implementing DevSecOps; an improvement to DevOps and agile methodology by shifting security to the left.

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Investigating network based attacks using Splunk Eventgen

Roan Moonoosamy The Splunk Event Generator is a utility which allows [you to] build real-time event generators. Can we generate network attacks with it?

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Information vs Poverty

Rubie Targema-Takema, BSc Software Engineering Statistics show that only 53.5% of Africa’s population have access to the internet, of which only 18.6% are female. The remaining 46.5% of the population are left without access to the needed  information and knowledge … Continue reading

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Evolution of Android Malware

Michelle Fradgley, BSc Forensic Computing This project will help establish and analyse previous significant cases of android malware, defining the drivers for change as well as looking into trends over time.  

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Socially Engineered Hacking, why the Human element poses such a large security risk?

Ellis Bagley,  BSc Forensic Computing A poorly secured password has been compared to locking a door with sellotape. This would not be an acceptable form of security and yet still acceptable within passwords. Within the study project titled “Socially Engineered … Continue reading

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Android Application: Portsmouth City Guide

Devraj Gurung,  BSc Computing Portsmouth is a diverse city. Without the help of a travel guide, getting lost in here can be very displeasing experience, especially for new students. There will be nerves and lot of excitement about starting university … Continue reading

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