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Kam Fung Cheung

Kam Fung Cheung

PhD Candidate

The University of Sydney
NSW 2006 Australia


Kam Fung completed the Double Degree Program in Mathematics and Information Engineering and graduated with a Dean’s List in Faculty of Engineering from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014. He earned an MPhil degree in Systems Engineering and Engineering Management from the same university in 2016. Upon completion of his Masters degree, Kam Fung worked as a research assistant; developing a decision support system for a transport company in Hong Kong.

Kam Fung's currently working on an industrial project with Aizoon Australia in the field of supply chain management with particular focus on the impact of cyber security issues. His research supervisors are Prof. Michael Bell and Prof. Behnam Fahimnia.

Thesis working title

Cyber Security in Supply Chain Management

Nowadays, supply chains make use of many Internet-of-Things (IoT), e.g. sensors and actuators, to collect data, process orders and deliver materials and/or products. However, supply chains can be interrupted by malicious attacks from the Internet such as tampering with data in the database or flooding rubbish data to a server to make it unavailable (DDoS attack). This thesis aims to evaluate the impact of cyber security issues on supply chain design and to quantify the vulnerability of the whole supply chain to the failure of each device.

Supervisors: Michael Bell, Behnam Fahimnia


Conference Proceeding/s

Lai R, Cheung K, Chow S and So A 2016 'Another Look at Anonymous Communication: Security and Modular Constructions', Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Cryptology & Malicious Security (MyCrypt 2016), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 1st January 2016-31st December 2016 [Link]

Leung J, Lai D, Kuo Y and Cheung K 2016 'Real-Time Integrated Re-scheduling for Public Transit', Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Railway Technology: Research, Development and Maintenance (Railways2016), Sardinia, Italy, 1st January 2016-31st December 2016 [Link]


Conference Proceeding/s

Lai R, Cheung K and Chow S 2015 'Trapdoors for Ideal Lattices with Applications', Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Information Security and Cryptology (Inscrypt2014), Beijing, China, 1st January 2015-31st December 2015 [Link]