Tarun Pranayish

University of Portsmouth - Cyber Security and Forensic Computing BSc (Hons)

Short Bio:

Tarun is a soft spoken student. He impresses everyone with his sense of humour and humble speech. He gives clear and eloquent conclusions and responds to questions in a thoughtful way in any discussion. He is an insightful, sensitive, and cool person. All such qualities make him a perfect student of IBDP. Tarun consistently focused on his learning skills, which is an impressive quality in a high school student. He respects other’s opinions even when they differ from his own. He is crazy to work in the field of IT may it be programming, web designing, ethical hacking, etc. His ambition is to work for the Cyber Crime prevention cell or other related departments.

College Info:

The University of Portsmouth is a public university in the city of Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. The history of the university dates back to 1908, when the Park building opened as a Municipal college and public library. It was previously known as Portsmouth Polytechnic until 1992, when it was granted university status through the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. It is ranked among the Top 100 universities under 50 in the world.
The university offers a range of disciplines, from Pharmacy, International relations and politics, to Mechanical Engineering, Paleontology, Criminology, Criminal Justice, among others. The Guardian University Guide 2018 ranked its Sports Science number one in England, while Criminology, English, Social Work, Graphic Design and Fashion and Textiles courses are all in the top 10 across all universities in the UK. Furthermore, 89% of its research conducted in Physics, and 90% of its research in Allied Health Professions (e.g. Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy) have been rated as world-leading or internationally excellent in the most recent Research Excellence Framework

Course Info:

Build sought-after technical and investigative skills to break down security systems, and expose gaps in security when they occur. Learn to identify cyber intruders, recommend security fixes, and stop hackers in their tracks. Understand how to investigate cybercrime for the Police and the steps needed to take a case through to court. Spend plenty of time in our high-powered computer labs, getting to grips with the latest tools and techniques. Be taught by staff with years of experience and expertise in computer security, with teaching informed by up-to-date research into the latest advancements in forensic computing.