Mr Ross Heenan

Teaching Fellow

School School of Design and Informatics

Department Division of Cybersecurity

Contact info

+44 (0)1382 30 8647

Biography

Ross is a Teaching Fellow for the Division of Cyber Security at Abertay University, he is currently in progress of completing a PhD in the area of IoT security and holds an MSc in Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security, a BSc in Computing & Networks and a HND in Information technology and systems support.

Current areas of research interests include design and development of Internet of Things (IoT) systems and networks and the security of these. The exploitation of these and traditional systems and networks is another particular area of research interest especially in the areas of Advanced Persistent Threats (APT), novel or Zero day attacks. Research carried out previously has concentrated on Intrusion detection technologies and improving performance and detection accuracy of these.


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Teaching

CMP101: CHAOS
CMP109: Computer Networks
CMP110: Introduction to security
CMP201: Data Structures & Algorithms
CMP204: Dynamic Web Development
CMP210: Ethical Hacking
CMP408: System Interals & Cyber Security
CMP506: Computer Security
AHD015: Access to Computing
ELE005: Dark Arts

Previous modules taught

CMP104: Programming with C++
CMP102: Software Development
CMP202: Data Structures & Algorithms 2
CMP308: Professional Project Planning and Prototyping
CMP311: Professional Project Development and Delivery

 

Meet the rest of the team

Dr Salma Elsayed

Dr Salma Elsayed

Division of Cybersecurity | Lecturer

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Professor Graham Johnson

Professor Graham Johnson

Division of Cybersecurity | Professor of Human-Centred Technology

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