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Here you can find important documents and various pieces of work which I have created throughout my education in Master’s and Bachelor degrees. Also to view available examples of my websites please click here.

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Panayiotis Georgiou – Curriculum Vitae (CV)

British Computer Society – Associate Membership

KPMG IT Advisory internship – Reference Letter

KPMG certificate

BCS Presentation held at the University of Surrey, Professionalism in IT 24 May 2012


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Title= “My phone’s not working! Understanding smart phone security risks and risk-mitigation strategies”

Supervisor= Dr. Paul Tennent

The project explores the potential for security risks in Android and iOS platforms. Those risks are increased as phones become increasingly programmable, for example the android behaves like a simple Linux computer. The project examine the current state of the art in understanding and mitigating security flaws and worked to find any gaps and developed strategies that can enforce the security of smart phones.


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Title= “Semi-fragile watermarking for law enforcement application”

Supervisor= Prof. Anthony TS Ho

During my third year of study at The University of Surrey I have developed a semi-fragile watermarking program for a law enforcement application. This program authenticates images and detects if any image was maliciously tampered with. The developed program was tested against a variety of tampering attacks and a result analysis study was constructed. Moreover, the project gave me the opportunity to extend my programming skills on JAVA and Matlab.


Previous Projects

Below you can have a look at previous projects when I studied my Master Degree Management of Information Technology from University of Nottingham and Bachelor Degree Computer Science from University of Surrey.


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Google Appinventor Project

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[expand title=”Human Computer Interaction Project – Cinema Website“]

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[expand title=”Cryptography Project – Computer Security“]


An implementation of Caesar and Vigenere cipher with JAVA programming language.The action of a Caesar cipher is to replace each plaintext letter with one fixed number of places down the alphabet. This example is with a shift of three, so that a B in the plaintext becomes E in the ciphertext. The Vigenère cipher is a method of encrypting alphabetic text by using a series of different Caesar ciphers based on the letters of a keyword. It is a simple form of polyalphabetic substitution.[/expand]

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