|Funding for:||UK Students|
|Funding amount:||£22,000 per annum (tax free) for UK citizens|
|Placed On:||25th March 2019|
|Closes:||1st September 2019|
Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) are considered and are often defined as the threats that are the most challenging to detect and defend against. Crucially, the advent of 5G not only accentuates existing advanced threats but also introduces new ones, for which existing security mechanisms are not always directly applicable.
This PhD project aims at improving 5G security against APTs by:
The objectives of this PhD are:
This research is supported by the UK Government and it is in partnership with BT. The PhD student will work at the University of Surrey, at the SCCS (Surrey Centre for Cyber Security) and at the 5GIC (5G Innovation Centre).
If you are fascinated about security and privacy and you have knowledge of any of the following: machine learning, mobile networks, cyber security risk assessment or game theory, please contact the supervisor for any further enquiries about the post or apply directly!
The project will commence on the 1st October 2019, with a duration of 3.5 years.
University fees will be fully covered, with a stipend of £22,000 per annum (tax free) for UK citizens only.
How to apply
Applications can be made through our course page: https://www.surrey.ac.uk/postgraduate/computer-science-phd Please state the project title and supervisor clearly on all applications.
Dr Manos Panaousis, firstname.lastname@example.org
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