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Mr. Selvakumar Manickam is the Deputy Director (Research and Innovation) at National Advanced IPv6 Centre, Universiti Sains Malaysia. Mr. Selva received his Bachelor of Computer Science and Master of Computer Science from Universiti Sains Malaysia in 1999 and 2003 respectively. His primary research areas are information architecture, network technology and management as well as IPv6 in Bioinformatics. His research efforts in the area of data mining earned him a M.Sc. degree. He is currently finalizing his thesis towards the completion of his PhD.
Mr. Selva started his career working as a senior research officer in information technology and software at School of Computer Science, USM in 1999. He later worked as lead developer and project manager in information technology and software at Courser Technology Sdn. Bhd. In 2003, Mr. Selva, who has been involved in software development for the past 20 years joined Intel Corporation to serve as software team leader and projects manager in areas such as embedded applications, mobile device and device drivers. His duties included managing a group of developers responsible for building complex applications. He was later appointed as senior lecturer at Penang Skills Development Center (PSDC) where he also served as a senior corporate trainer in the field of information technology, software, web and networking. He also taught courses in operating systems, compiler and language design, computer security, computer architecture, software engineering and data communications during his stint at PSDC. He has also taught in various colleges in Penang including Disted-Stamford, KDU, Inti and others since 1999.
Mr. Selva published more than 80 papers in journals, conference proceedings, book reviews, and technical reports. He has also given several key note speeches as well as dozens of invited lectures and workshops at conferences, international universities and for industry. Due to his strong contribution to the Asia Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) research activities, he was twice awarded fellowship to attend APAN meetings in various countries. He has given talks on IPv6 and Security and various organizations and seminars.
Currently, he spearheads a number of key clusters under the National Advanced IPv6 Centre, namely Internet Security, Green ICT, Android and Open Source Technology, focussing on conducting scientific research in respective areas. He holds various research grants at university, national and international level. Due to proven expertise in Internet Security, he has also been given the responsibility to lead the Internet Security Working Group of the Malaysian Research and Education Network (MYREN) to facilitate collaboration among researchers and other security enthusiasts nationwide. Mr. Selva is also an appointed core member of the IPv6 Forum Global Education where he plays a role in the validation of IPv6 engineers, trainers and courses worldwide. The process verifies conformance of an IPv6 course to the specification and guidelines defined by IPv6 Forum. He is now establishing standards for IPv6 Security education for IPv6 Forum Global.
He has worked with various non-profit organizations such as Yayasan Kemajuan Sosial Malaysia in providing ICT reskilling training programs to school leavers and retrenched workers and repositioning them into the industry. He is also involved in “Each One Teach One” and “MyDream” projects that involves parting knowledge and teaching primary school students in gaining new skills.
A part from that, as senior trainer, Mr. Selva is actively involved in conducting professional courses on Android, Web Application Development and IPv6, including Certified IPv6 Network Engineer (CNE6) Level 1&2 and Certified IPv6 Security Engineer (CSE6). He is also involved in the development of next generation network monitoring platform and plays the role of project manager and C programmer.
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Posted on December 17, 2012 at 6:13pm
On Sunday, 24 February 2008, Pakistan Telecom (AS17557) started an unauthorised announcement of the prefix 22.214.171.124/24. One of Pakistan Telecom's upstream providers, PCCW Global (AS3491) forwarded this announcement to the rest of the Internet, which resulted in the hijacking of YouTube traffic on a global scale.
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Posted on November 21, 2012 at 11:34am
FOr those who are interested to get large amount of packet data (a few GBs) with traces of malicious activities, attacks, intrusion attemps, etc. for the their research, visit http://www.iscx.ca/dataset. You need to request and they will send you a torrent file to download the dataset.
Posted on October 19, 2012 at 9:42pm