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Computer and Network Security Workshop

posted Jun 27, 2017, 7:25 PM by SRGICS UPLB   [ updated Jun 27, 2017, 7:27 PM ]
Institute of Computer Science conducted a seminar-workshop on  computer and networks security and drone modelling held at Calubcub Bay Resort, San Juan, Batangas last June 17.

The training aims to equip the faculty members with basic knowledge on computer security and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). These two courses will be offered by the institute for the coming semesters and will need instructors capable of teaching the course using hands-on exercises.

Prof. Joseph Hermocilla, together with his Systems and Research Group (SRG), spearheaded the first part of the workshop. They demonstrated how malwares exploit the buffer of a computer. An exercise was given after the discussion.

Subsequently, Prof. Danilo Mercado tackled the main parts of an unmanned aerial vehicle or drone. He shared how different sensors can be attached to it to gather relevant data. He concluded his talk with the future research topics on drone modelling and programming. (by Donnalyn Drio)