Cyber security and digital forensics

Why wait for tomorrow?

Welcome to cyber security and digital forensics at London Met. The ongoing pandemic has raised countless challenges, but as a community that thrives on innovation, our students were ready to face recent changes head on! We're delighted to now share some of the successes of the past year from our hardworking cohort.

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Take a look at what our students have been up to

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Students featured:

Elio Incontrada
A student of our Digital Forensics and Cyber Security BSc, Elio's final year project is a Smart Automation Penetration Testing in IoT. He designed and developed this to an extremely high standard. So we're not surprised to learn that Elio is now going to work for the National Cyber Security Centre, a part of GCHQ! We're extremely proud. Good luck, Elio!

Dennis Varischetti
Another student of our Digital Forensics and Cyber Security BSc. Dennis' final year project is an encrypted message app which comprises NFC, Implant-base and RSA. This application is fully functioning and developed to an extremely high standard. We can't wait to see what he does next!

Adam Everitt
Adam is a third year Computer Networking and Cyber Security BSc student. He has completed some fantastic work for his final year project and managed to craft it into a simple yet hugely useful product: Secure Send, a Gmail extension for securing email via encryption and added security. He even flexed his business know-how entering his idea into this year's Big Idea Challenge.

Sourabh (Swift) Lahiri 
Swift Lahiri graduated from our Digital Forensics and Cyber Security BSc course last year.  He's created TOTEM, an interactive mobile app to help parents keep their children safe online, and entered it in the Big Idea Challenge, run by the University's business incubator, Accelerator.

Want to see more?

View more work from the School's 2021 showcase of student work, or take a look at the 2020 showcase of student work.