Elina Petrovna

Elina Petrovna
BitBrainery University · Information Technology

Bachelor of Sciences, Physics and Astronomy Field Of Study Physics and Astronomy

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Introduction
Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and formerly Professor in Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, her life was reaserching about Computer's Physics and IT Business. She moved to UK in 2001, where now is Professor responbible of Enterprise Centre’in Online BitBrainery University . Her researches about Software Quality and Application Security using applied algorithms are currently used in some commercial Software tools
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September 1962 - July 1984
Luhansk Taras Shevchenko National University
Position
  • Professor (Full)
Description
  • Specializations: Computer's Materials Science; Computer's Medical Physics; Computer's Physics; Molecular Physics; Nuclear Power; Physics of Metals; Quantum Field Theory; Quantum Computers, Calculations and Information

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Publications (3)
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Mobile devices are rapidly expanding as per user's need and they are potential risky for personal and professional privacy, because of the various malware and increasing security issues and threats. With lots of frequent application releases and updates happening, conducting a complete security analysis of mobile Apps becomes crucial. In this paper...
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New generation Web Application Firewalls (ngWAF), new Dynamic Analysis (modern DAST products) RASP and DevOps fever are making Static Analysis (SAST) techniques useless? No, Absolutely not. But commercial Static Analysis vendors have to think different if they want their products to survive. Software solutions performing automatic code analysis are...
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New generation Web Application Firewalls (ngWAF), new Dynamic Analysis (modern DAST products) RASP and DevOps fever are making Static Analysis (SAST) techniques useless? No, Absolutely not. But commercial Static Analysis vendors have to think different if they want their products to survive. Software solutions performing automatic code analysis are...