Tuesday, 13 November 2018
The SRI Summer of Cyber is a cyber security program carried out in the spirit of the Google Summer of Code. The program provides funding for talented students to carry out research and development on an open source project with a cyber security focus. The Summer of Cyber - Spectrum Watch will provide placements for up to three qualified students. Over a seven week period these students will act under the guidance of SRI personnel to undertake research and development to into drone forensics. The work will be conducted using the same modus operandii of droneforensics.com
Successful applicants will work on site at the Security Research Institute, under the close supervision of an SRI assigned supervisor. The project will commence on the 8th of January 2018 and conclude on the 23rd of February 2018 inclusive.
The successful applicants will work as a team to investigate and develop up a tool that uses software defined radio and conventional wireless survey tools e.g Kismet, to produce a system to collect and process intelligence around wireless spectrum usage for defensive purposes.
Key tasks include:
Each successful applicant will receive $7,000 AUD in compensation for work performed over the project lifespan.
Students applying must meet the following criteria:
Applicants should demonstrate as many of the following as possible:
Your application should include the following:
In addition, you should also attach the following:
Applications close at 8:30AM GMT+8 on the 30th of November 2019 and should be emailed email@example.com with the subject line “2019 Summer of Cyber – Spectrum Watch - Application”.
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