Eleni Laskarina Makri

Eleni Laskarina Makri was born in Athens, Greece. She received a Degree in Computer Science from the Department of Informatics, Athens University of Economics And Business (2009) and a Master’s Degree in Digital Systems Security from the Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus (2011). Currently she is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Digital Systems, University of Piraeus, Greece and member of the Systems Security Laboratory (SSL). Her research interests lie in information and communication systems security, in privacy audit methodologies regarding online provided services as well as in Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA), which is a process to identify and minimise the data protection risks of a project.

  1. Makri Eleni-Laskarina, Lambrinoudakis Costas, Towards a Common Security and Privacy Requirements Elicitation Methodology, “Global Security, Safety and Sustainability: Tomorrow’s Challenges of Cyber Security”, 151-159, 2015, Springer.
  2. Makri Eleni-Laskarina, Lambrinoudakis Costas, Privacy Principles: Towards a Common Privacy Audit Methodology, “Trust, Privacy and Security in Digital Business”, 219-234, 2015, Springer.

Teaching

Undergraduate Course Labs

  • Computer Architecture: The main objective of the course is the familiarization of the students with the binary logic, the digital design methodologies and the basic architectural characteristics and structure of a computer system. (Tools: Logisim, Truth Table Solver)
  • Security Policies and Security Management: The aim of the course is the acquaintance of students with the field of information security, the familiarization with its fundamental principles, the acquisition of knowledge and application competencies of techniques and methods for managing security. (Tools: Nmap (Zenmap GUI), Wireshark)
  • Information Systems Security: The main objective of the course is the acquaintance, familiarization and the acquisition of knowledge and application competencies by the students of techniques and methods used to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information processed by IS and of the systems themselves.(Tools: Cain & Abel, Wireshark, Autopsy)
  • Cryptography: The aim of this course is to support the students in learning the principles, concepts and applications of cryptography. (Tools: Palo Alto Networks Firewall)
  • Network Security: The aim of this course is to present and analyze the provisions made in an underlying computer network infrastructure, policies adopted by the network administrator to protect the network and the network-accessible resources from unauthorized access and the effectiveness (or lack) of these measures combined together. This course focuses on the security solutions, which are mainly employed in wired networks that use the Internet technology. It presents and analyses the security mechanisms and protocols that protect the network operation and users data. (Tools: Palo Alto Networks Firewall)
  • Project Management: The main objective of the course is to introduce project management basic concepts and, in particular, management of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) projects, to study a widely accepted methodological framework of project management and to use it in the management of ICT projects. In addition, project management tools will be presented and used for students’ laboratory exercise.(Tools: ProjectLibre, MS Project)
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