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Mr Arish Siddiqui

Programme Leader BSc Computing for Business 

Arish Siddiqui joined as a Lecturer at the School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering at the University of East London in 2001. He recieved his BSc (Hons) in Computer Science from Aligarh Muslim University, India and his MSc in Technology Management  from University of East london, England. He has also recieved a Posgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education from the University of East London.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       During his time at UEL he has taught on various Computer Science and Informatics courses at both Postgraduate and Undergraduate levels. He has also contributed towards establishing University collobration programme with Hangzhou Dianzi University in China where he was sent on behalf of University of East London for the purpose of delivering Information Systems and Mobile Communication Modules. Arish has also worked as an E-Business developer and Business consultant in the industry. His main areas of interest include e-business, project management , application development, digital forensics, social engineering, ERP systems, online transaction and social security. Arish also has sound knowledge of satellite based communication and location based tracking systems using gps.

  • EB 1.86, Docklands Campus
    School of Architecture Computing and Engineering (ACE)
    University of East London
    4-6 University Way
    London
    E16 2RD
  • arish@uel.ac.uk +442082232594

    Professional Memebership:

    Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)

    Member British Computer Society (MBCS)

    Teaching: Programmes

    MSc Information Security and Computer Forensics

    BSc Computing for Business

    BSc Computer Science

    BSc Computing

    BSc (Extended) Computing

    Teaching: Modules

    • CN4101: Information Systems Modelling and Design
    • CN4104: Introduction to Computer Systems and Networks
    • CN5101: Database Systems
    • CN5209: Application Development for Business
    • CN6103: Projects
    • SDM025: Computer Security
    • SDM026: Seizure &  Examination of Computer Systems


    Overview




    Securing the Secure: Currently working on different method and techniques that can be applied for securing the secure data mainly relating to bank cards and digital storage media. The reseach mainly focuses on the pratical aspects of how to manage, store and destroy sensitive data. E.g. Managing and Storing different pins for different bank cards and retrival of information from the digital storages including new generation of photo and videography equipment.




    My Life, My Privacy and My Facebook: This paper focuses on the critical social and ethical security issues related to the online social networking sites. It highlights the key sensitive issues affecting the privacy and security of an individual.


    Collaborators

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    Research

    Arish. J. Siddiqui, Hamid Jahankhani, Critical Evaluation and Analysis of .Net and its Impact on the Web services, 4th international multimedia in Business 2003, Poland

    Arish J Siddiqui, Coupling intelligent knowledge based systems with image systems.Multimedia systems, King Saud University 1999, Saudi Arabia

    Publications




    CN0002: Academic Skills in Computing
    CN1047: Introduction to Computer Networks
    CN2047: Network Systems and Technologies
    CN2041: Profession issues in Computing
    CN3059: Application Workshop
    CN4101: Information Systems Modelling and Design
    SD1046: Visual Programming
    SDM025: Computer Security
    SDM026: Seizure &
    Examination of Computer Systems
    MSc Information Security and Computer Forensics
    BSc Business Information System
    BSc Computer Networks
    BSc Computing
    BSc (Extended) Computing

    Teaching