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Dr Luke Hebbes

Senior lecturer in network and information security, Kingston University.

Dr  Luke  Hebbes Areas of expertise

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Overview

Dr Hebbes is an IT security specialist who combines his ongoing research with both lecturing and still working in the industry. He is able to comment on a host of areas surrounding IT security issues, including online banking, social networking, phishing and pharming scams, credit card security, computer hackers, mobile phone tracking devices and social media, to name but a few.

He can talk at length on how companies through to private individuals can introduce IT security practices and technologies which will safeguard their data, and he periodically blogs on the subject at http://blog.rlr-uk.com   His media work includes providing comments when it was revealed that Google e-mail accounts had been compromised by Chinese hackers. 

Dr Hebbes is a reviewer for the International Journal of Computers and Applications (IASTED).

 

Qualifications

Year gained Subject
2004 PhD, (Turbo codes for real-time applications), Kingston University.
1998 MSc Data Communications, Kingston University.
1997 BEng Electronics with Computing and Business, Kingston University.
1995 BSc Mathematices, Imperial College, London.

Career Highlights

Year Position held
2001 - Senior lecturer in network and information security, Kingston University.
1998 - Freelance IT consultant.

Research

 Monograph:

L. Hebbes - A tyro's guide to - Microsoft Office 97, standard edition A Tyro's Guide to ROBO Publishing, (1998)

Chapters in Books

  1. L. Hebbes and A. Lenaghan - Chapter A semi-fragile steganographic digital signature for images in Information and Communications Security, Lecture Notes in Computer Science Edited by Lopez, J.;Qing, S.;Okamoto, E., Springer, October 27-29, Malaga, Spain, pp. 200-210. (2004) abstract

Patent:

L. Hebbes, R. Malyan and P. Ball - GB0204910.4: 'Data Encoding and Decoding Apparatus and a Data Encoding and Decoding Method' in GB Patent GB0204910.4, March, (2002)

 

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