Gain insights into a cybersecurity-engineering analysis of academic literature.
In this webinar, we provide a concise version of our multivocal literature review and an analysis of the identified ambiguities and knowledge gaps in our attempt to answer our earlier question.
Register for the webinar to learn:
- How credible and useful is current public-domain information on HGV detection and tracking?
- The ambiguities and knowledge gaps in the literature.
Defence technologies against hypersonic glide vehicles (HGVs) are heavily guarded secrets. The shortage of public-domain information did not stop academia from proposing various detection and tracking schemes. Still, a reasonable question is: “How credible and useful is current public-domain information, including academic publications, on HGV detection and tracking for academic researchers to base their cybersecurity research on?”
To answer this question, we scanned and critically reviewed public-domain literature on HGV detection and tracking. We then identified ambiguities and knowledge gaps in the literature.
About the speaker
Yee Wei Law
Senior Lecturer, University of South Australia
Dr Yee Wei Law is a Senior Lecturer at UniSA STEM, University of South Australia, and an active member of the Distributed Defence and Cyber Security Solutions Lab there. His research is currently focusing on space system security, adversarial machine learning and machine diagnostics. His work frequently crosses the boundaries of dynamics, estimation, machine learning and applied cryptography.