By his own admission, Maran Tamil Veeran had always been an average student throughout his school years. That changed when he entered university and discovered talents that he never thought he had.

 

“With my moderate results, I wasn’t sure of what I was going to do after SPM; but MSU counsellors whom I consulted during an Open Day visit opened my eyes to cyber security, and I realized that this was where my true interest lies. Choosing to study computer forensics at Management and Science University (MSU) was among the best decisions I had ever made in my life.”  

 

 

Now working as a Network Technical Architect at NTT Shared Service Centre, Maran recalls his four successful years on the Bachelor in Computer Forensic (Hons) degree programme at MSU.

 

“All the classes were interesting, but one stood out in its particular challenge. It shared the same title as the degree programme itself (Computer Forensic), and one of the assignments in it was to do a penetration test on an open WiFi modem. I enjoyed it tremendously and eventually it became my favourite class.

 

“Towards the end of the programme, I managed to snag the Best Project award for my ‘Vehicle Tracking and Reporting Systems using Robust Algorithm at iReX 2018, and First Runner-Up for my ‘Voice Activated Secure Folder Lock’ in the Cyber Security Innovation Competition 2018 by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).”

 

 

Maran also made the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering (FISE) Dean’s List thrice, and received an Industry Award at the 26th Convocation Ceremony of Management and Science University (MSU). He graduated with the Class of 2020 last February.

 

 

“Computer forensic demands intense focus, and it can get lonely with just you and the computer. MSU, however, ensured a holistic education that saw me attending the IEEE Conference 2019 in Melaka and also experiencing community engagement on the MSU Global Leadership Programme (GLP) FISE Techtour 2.0 to Singapore.

 

 

All in all, my learning experiences here have been good; compelling as well as cultivating. Coupled with the all-around caring on campus, from lecturers and fellow students alike, I’m making another great decision to stay on and advance to Master in Computer Science (by Research) at the MSU School of Graduate Studies (SGS). There is an amazing atmosphere here at the University. I know it will do wonders to developing myself even further and moving up in my computing career.”

 

 

At home, away from home

Forensically speaking

 

MSU Diploma in Computer Forensic

MSU Bachelor in Computer Engineering (Hons)

MSU Doctor of Philosophy (Computer Science)

MSU Master in Information Technology

MSU Bachelor in Business Computing (Hons)

 

 



By his own admission, Maran Tamil Veeran had always been an average student throughout his school years. That changed when he entered university and discovered talents that he never thought he had.

 

“With my moderate results, I wasn’t sure of what I was going to do after SPM; but MSU counsellors whom I consulted during an Open Day visit opened my eyes to cyber security, and I realized that this was where my true interest lies. Choosing to study computer forensics at Management and Science University (MSU) was among the best decisions I had ever made in my life.”  

 

 

Now working as a Network Technical Architect at NTT Shared Service Centre, Maran recalls his four successful years on the Bachelor in Computer Forensic (Hons) degree programme at MSU.

 

“All the classes were interesting, but one stood out in its particular challenge. It shared the same title as the degree programme itself (Computer Forensic), and one of the assignments in it was to do a penetration test on an open WiFi modem. I enjoyed it tremendously and eventually it became my favourite class.

 

“Towards the end of the programme, I managed to snag the Best Project award for my ‘Vehicle Tracking and Reporting Systems using Robust Algorithm at iReX 2018, and First Runner-Up for my ‘Voice Activated Secure Folder Lock’ in the Cyber Security Innovation Competition 2018 by Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM).”

 

 

Maran also made the Faculty of Information Sciences and Engineering (FISE) Dean’s List thrice, and received an Industry Award at the 26th Convocation Ceremony of Management and Science University (MSU). He graduated with the Class of 2020 last February.

 

 

“Computer forensic demands intense focus, and it can get lonely with just you and the computer. MSU, however, ensured a holistic education that saw me attending the IEEE Conference 2019 in Melaka and also experiencing community engagement on the MSU Global Leadership Programme (GLP) FISE Techtour 2.0 to Singapore.

 

 

All in all, my learning experiences here have been good; compelling as well as cultivating. Coupled with the all-around caring on campus, from lecturers and fellow students alike, I’m making another great decision to stay on and advance to Master in Computer Science (by Research) at the MSU School of Graduate Studies (SGS). There is an amazing atmosphere here at the University. I know it will do wonders to developing myself even further and moving up in my computing career.”

 

 

At home, away from home

Forensically speaking

 

MSU Diploma in Computer Forensic

MSU Bachelor in Computer Engineering (Hons)

MSU Doctor of Philosophy (Computer Science)

MSU Master in Information Technology

MSU Bachelor in Business Computing (Hons)