Julia Meister started her Computer Science Bachelor degree at Royal Holloway in 2016, taking courses in software engineering, mathematics and information security. Since then she has worked for the Student’s Union and on research with the Smart Card Centre, supervised by Konstantinos Markantonakis and Raja Naeem Akram. Julia grew up triangular – German, English and Hungarian. She likes solving puzzles, swimming and playing the piano.
- Identifying and understanding data regulations relating to user data and privacy (e.g. GDPR)
- Identifying and understanding enterprise-level security and privacy requirements
- Building and training a deep learning neural network to predict whether a sequence of events leads to a security and/ or privacy violation
- Enterprise compliance reporting
2018 – Deep Real-time GDPR Compliance Auditing & Malicious Activity Detection in an Enterprise System
The objective of this project is to manage and track the storage and access of personal data of an enterprise by looking for malware and privilege misuse.
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