Nour Dabbour wins the 2017 Best Academic Poster Award

Congratulations to Nour Dabbour from Carleton University for winning the SERENE-RISC 2017 Best Poster Award.

Nour's academic poster "Do I know you? Evaluating Human-Human Authentication via Conversational Interfaces", a project directed by Professor Anil Somayaji, was voted best poster by the SERENE-RISC Fall 2017 Workshop attendees. In addition to the recognition of the quality of her work by the cybersecurity community, Nour received a $200 scholarship from SERENE-RISC.

The SERENE-RISC Academic Research Showcase is an occasion for the public and private sector to gain insight into the work done by talented cybersecurity graduate students in Canada. Again this year, the SERENE-RISC Workshop participants benefited from graduate students' presentations on upcoming research. Thank you to all the students for the great presentations!

Rapid-fire presentation (video)

Nour presented the poster in a two-minute rapid-fire presentation at the SERENE-RISC Fall 2017 Workshop in Ottawa.