Dr Thalita Vergilio
Thalita is a senior lecturer in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics at the School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing.
With a strong industry background of over 10 years in software engineering, Thalita enjoys supervising student projects and teaching in both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She is an enthusiastic member of the Cyber Security team and is interested in the development of interactive student-centric approaches to teaching and learning.
Thalita completed her PhD in multi-cloud containerised architectures for stream big data processing in 2020.
Thalita's current teaching includes:
- Reverse Engineering and Malware Analysis
- Web and Network Security
- Digital Security Landscapes
- Security of Digital Systems 2
- Team Project
- Final Year Project Supervision
- MSc Dissertation Supervision
- MEng Dissertation Supervision
Thalita's research interests include stream big data frameworks, containers and container orchestration technology, web security best practices and automation, software development for cybersecurity, reverse engineering and the security challenges of distributed systems.
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Vergilio T; Ramachandran M (2019) Non-functional requirements for real world big data systems: an investigation of big data architectures at Facebook, Twitter and Netflix. In: ICSOFT 2018 - 13th International Conference on Software Technologies, 26 July 2018 - 28 July 2018, Porto, Portugal.
Vergilio T; Ramachandran M (2018) PaaS-BDP a multi-cloud architectural pattern for big data processing on a platform-as-a-service model.
Vergilio T (2008) Cognition and Aesthetic Judgement. In: Law and Peace in Kant’s Philosophy, São Paulo.
Vergilio T; Ramachandran M; Mullier D (2020) Requirements Engineering for Large-Scale Big Data Applications. In: Ramachandran M; Mahmood Z ed. Software Engineering in the Era of Cloud Computing. Springer, pp. 51-84.