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Muhammed Bello Abdulazeez

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Research Student in Complexity Theory and Algorithms Group

 

Department of Computer Science

University of Liverpool

Ashton Building, Ashton Street

Liverpool L69 3BX

United Kingdom

 

m.abdulazeez@liverpool.ac.uk

 

Overview

Obtained BSc in Software engineering from the Coventry University, UK in 2007 and MSc in Distributed Systems and Networks from University of Hertfordshire, UK in 2009. Then worked as an e-business support analyst at Standard Bank Plc, Nigeria. Currently working with Nigeria Communication Satellite Limited as a Telecoms and Software Engineer. Now on study leave pursuing PhD in Computer Science at the University of Liverpool UK.

 

Research

My research is in the area of Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems in the Cloud environment. My Primary Supervisor in this research is Prof Dariusz Kowalski and Secondary Supervisor is Dr. Alexei Lisitsa. My main are of interest is Dynamic protocol Analyses of protocols in the network.

 

Other areas of interest are; Distributed Systems Security, Secure Payment Systems and Telecommunications.

 

Publications

         Abouzakhar, N. & Abdulazeez, M. "A Fingerprint Matching Model using Unsupervised Learning Approach. " 1 Sep 2009 Procs 3rd International Conference on Cybercrime Forensics Education & Training: CFET 2009. 12 p.

         Abdulazeez, M, and Kowalski, D. "Hierarchical Model for Intrusion Detection Systems in the Cloud Environment." In Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Cyber Warfare and Security 2015: ECCWS 2015, p. 319.