Emmanouil (Manos) Panaousis, PhD, MIEEE, MACM
Senior Lecturer of Cyber Security and Privacy


School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics
University of Brighton
Watts 616, Lewes Road, Brighton, BN2 4GJ, East Sussex, UK
email: e.panaousis (at) brighton.ac.uk

Teaching

2016/17
  • Spring 2017, System and Network Security (MSc, level 7) [module leader, University of Brighton]
    • Lecture topics:
      • Symmetric encryption and message confidentiality
      • Public-key cryptography and message authentication
      • User authentication in computer networks
      • Key distribution
      • Transport-level security
      • Electronic mail security
      • IP security
      • Port scanning and firewalls
      • Network access and cloud security
      • Wireless network security
      • Operating systems security
      • Game theoretic approaches for network security
    • Tutorial topics:
      • Metasploit basics
      • Operating system exploitation
      • Vulnerable web services
      • Writing an exploit
      • Backdoors/Persistance
      • Understanding the logs
      • IDS and IPS
      • Social engineering
  • Spring 2017, Mathematics (BSc, level 4) [module leader, University of Brighton]
  • Fall 2016 and Spring 2017, Network Management and Security (BSc, level 6) [module leader, University of Brighton]
  • Fall 2016, Security and Dependability (MSc, level 7) [module leader, University of Brighton]
    • Lecture topics:
      • Computer networks security: an introduction
      • Attacks, attackers and social engineering
      • Cyber security risk management
      • Economics of cyber security
      • Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)
      • Privacy engineering
      • Web security
      • Malicious software
    • Tutorial topics:
      • Linux command line
      • Tools and techniques
      • Linux systems
      • Windows systems
      • Reconnaissance
      • Packet analysis
      • Web security
      • Scripting
      • Man in the middle attacks
  • Fall 2016, Network Technologies (BSc, level 5) [co-lecturing, University of Brighton]
2015/16
  • Spring 2016, Mathematics (BSc, level 4) [module leader, University of Brighton]
  • Fall 2015 and Spring 2016, Network Management and Security (BSc, level 6) [module leader, University of Brighton]
  • Fall 2015, Network Technologies (BSc, level 5) [co-lecturing, University of Brighton]
2014/15
  • Spring 2015, Mathematics (BSc, level 4) [module leader, University of Brighton]
  • Fall 2014 and Spring 2015, Network Design and Technologies (BSc, level 5) [module leader, University of Brighton]
  • Fall 2014, Distributed System Principles (MSc, level 7) [guest lecturer, University of Brighton]
2013/14
  • Fall 2013, Distributed Systems and Security (BSc, level 6) [teaching assistant, Queen Mary University of London]
  • Fall 2013, Program Specifications (MSc, level 7) [teaching assistant, Queen Mary University of London]
2011/12
  • Spring 2012, Network Security (MSc, level 7) [lecturer, Kingston University]
  • Spring 2012, Secure and Dependable Computing (MSc, level 7) [lecturer, Kingston University]
  • Spring 2012, Internet Security (BSc, level 6) [lecturer, Kingston University]
  • Spring 2012, Internet Wireless Networks (MSc, level 7) [lecturer, Kingston University]
  • Spring 2012, Health Information Governance: Privacy and Security Issues (MSc, level 7) [teaching assistant, Kingston University]
  • Fall 2011, Internet Protocols and Services (BSc, level 6) [teaching assistant, Kingston University]
2010/11
  • Spring 2011, Internet Wireless Networks (MSc, level 7) [lecturer, Kingston University]
  • Spring 2011, Multimedia Communications (MSc, level 7) [teaching assistant, Kingston University]
  • Fall 2010, Internet Protocols and Services (BSc, level 6) [teaching assistant, Kingston University]
  • Fall 2010, Networking Concepts (BSc, level 5) [teaching assistant, Kingston University]
2009/10
  • Spring 2010, Internet Wireless Networks (MSc, level 7) [lecturer, Kingston University]
  • Spring 2010, Multimedia Communications (MSc, level 7) [teaching assistant, Kingston University]