University of Mauritius, Cybersecurity & Forensics Research Group (CSFRG) Anthony.
I'm delighted to advise that Comsure Mauritius Cyber Partner, ANTHONY NEVILL FLEMMER, has been selected to join the CYBERSECURITY & FORENSICS RESEARCH GROUP (CSFRG).
Associate Professor (Dr) Sheeba Armoogum is the Founder & Group Lead of CSFRG
The vision of the CSFRG is to produce exclusive and significant research output and substantially contribute to Mauritius's readiness and response to Cybersecurity risks and threats.
The CSFRG group will undertake fundamental and applied cybersecurity research, providing core competencies and leadership supporting cybersecurity activities. The group aims to span from research and consultancy to outreach, training, and knowledge transfer.
The group will focus on the following areas of research & community outreach:
- Awareness programs on Cybersecurity
- Generative Artificial Intelligence Risks & Harms
- Generative Artificial Intelligence based Harassment & Cyberbullying, Voice Cloning Scam
- Sextortion, Doxing
- Digital Self-Harm
- Cyber Ethics & Cybercrime
- Cyber Defence, Cyber Forensics
- Cyber Psychology & Human factors
- Drone Security
The CSFRG aims to:
- Blend the expertise in education, research, and practice in cyber security, cyber forensics, cyber psychology and privacy.
- To build a state-of-the-art Cybersecurity and Cyber Forensics Lab at the University of Mauritius.
- Collaborate with International Cybersecurity organisations.
- Collaborate with cybersecurity and cyber forensics researchers, government organisations, and industry partners to combat cyber threats at the national level.
- Perform innovative, relevant, and impactful research that solves cybersecurity problems, protects information assets, and generates substantial outcomes to help society and proliferate the economy.
- Proliferate cybersecurity awareness by knowledge sensitisation.
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