Roderick teaches networking, security and digital forensics, as well as virtualisation and cloud technologies. He is a Cisco Certified Academy Instructor and a Microsoft Certified Trainer, with many years teaching professional short courses in these areas. His knowledge of Microsoft and Cisco helps develop practical lab exercises to embed the theoretical knowledge.
Roderick started work at Sheffield Hallam University in the Computer Services department after working in London as a freelance Systems Analyst. He installed some of the University's first computer networks and file servers, and implemented early connectivity to the Internet. He subsequently delivered professional short courses having certified as a Microsoft MCSE and Cisco CCNA, and developed a number of training courses in Wireless Networking, Virtualization and TCP/IP Security. Roderick is course leader for Computer and Information Security, and teaches on a number of different programmes including Web and Cloud Computing, Computer Security with Forensics and Advanced Computer Networks.
Computer Networks, Security, Forensics, Virtualization, Windows Operating Systems
Department of Computing
Science, Technology and Arts
Computer Systems and Networks
BSc Hon Computer Security with Forensics
MSc Web and Cloud Computing
MSc Advanced Computer Networks
Secure Networking Technologies
Digital Forensics Cloud Technologies
Network Services and Administration Enterprise Application Management
Advanced and Enterprise Routing Advanced and Enterprise Switching
Marchang, J., Douglas, R., Ghita, B., Lancaster, D., & Sanders, B. (2018). Dynamic neighbour aware power-controlled MAC for multi-hop ad hoc networks. Ad hoc Networks, 75-76, 119-134. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.adhoc.2018.04.003