Computing Student Adam Bermingham wins Irish Software Association Award


Adam Bermingham, a PhD student working under the supervision of Professor Alan Smeaton, has won this year's Irish Software Association award for a student project with the greatest commercial potential. This is the second year in a row that a CLARITY student has won the award.



The School of Computing hosted a group of 26 international experts from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Working Group 24 in DCU from 7th to 11th November 2011. ISO/IEC JCT1/SC7 WG24 is a sub-group of the ISO’s Software and Systems Engineering standards group. WG24 is an expert group on Software Process Lifecycle for Very Small Entities and are the authors of the international standard ISO/IEC 29110.

Workday are Recruiting and will host a talk with Redbrick in DCU


Workday with Redbrick will be holding a talk next Tuesday 15th of November from 6-7pm in QG13 which should be of great interest to students. There'll be a variety of talks and the careers based and technical interview parts may be of particular interest to 3rd years going into Intra and final years applying for graduate positions in the computing industry.

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School of Computing Graduate highlights Printer Security Flaws

Daniel O’Connor, a graduate from The School of Computing, has demonstrated security flaws in printers that make them accessible over the internet to unauthorised third parties and allows potentially sensitive documents to be read remotely.

Daniel said that unlike PCs, printers are often overlooked when IT security policies are put in place, and this can leave them open to exploitation.

“There’s a bit of an urban myth out there that you can get at printers and he wanted to see how easy it would be to get at them,” said Renaat Verbruggen, Chair of the MSc in Security and Forensic Computing , who supervised Daniel's research.

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