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Francois Mouton is currently working on Social Engineering Prevention and Awareness.
social engineering attack detection models are developed for bidirectional communication,
He completed his Masters (Cum Laude) on Digital forensic readiness for wireless sensor network environments.
The contribution of this research is the digital forensic readiness prototype that can be used to add a digital forensics layer to any existing wireless sensor network. The prototype ensures the integrity and authenticity of each of the data packets captured from the wireless sensor network by using the number of nodes in the network that have seen the speciﬁc data packet. The prototype does not require any modiﬁcation to be made on the existing wireless sensor network and is deployed as an additional wireless sensor network. One of the main problems in wireless sensor networks is ﬂooding attacks. The prototype is able to detect ﬂooding attacks and immediately alerts the user and pinpoints the origin of the ﬂooding attack.
2017 Social Engineering, How does it inﬂuence the Mobile Industry, Telstra, Brisbane, Australia. Invited to present on Social Engineering Awareness in the Mobile Industry. Presentation was shown Australia wide at all Telstra oﬃces.
2017 Social Engineering: Top Ten Techniques of Building Rapport, Kimberley InfoSec Workshop, Kimberley. Invited to present on Social Engineering.
2017 Ethical Hacking, IT Web Hackathon Training, Pretoria. Invited to present on Ethical Hacking.
2016 Social Engineering in the Workplace, Meraka Institute, Pretoria. Invited to present on Social Engineering Awareness.