Essential Guide

2014 Royal Holloway info security thesis series

In this guide find all the 2014 thesis submissions from graduates of the master of science course run by the Royal Holloway, University of London, Information Security Group.


Royal Holloway, University of London, Information Security Group 2014’s articles discuss topics from a variety of information security disciplines, digital forensics, cloud encryption and internet routing..

Previous years' articles, including the 2013 and 2012 Royal Holloway Thesis series, have focused on topics such as secure contactless payments, the risks of multi-tenancy cloud computing, and cloud security certifications.

Techtarget’s Computer Weekly is pleased to present the following articles from the best and brightest of this year's RHUL master of science graduates.



The future of digital forensics

This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security series looks at the challenges investigators face when tackling the complexities of full disk encryption. Table of contents • The three avenues of attack • Building an anti-forensic computer system • Defeating forced key disclosure

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