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Narmeen Shafqat
Department of Information Security

National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Military College of Signals, Humayun Road, Rawalpindi.
Tel : 051-9240952

Cyber Security

MS Information Security (NUST, Pakistan)

Narmeen Shafqat received her Bachelor’s degree in Electrical (Telecommunication) in 2013 and MS in Information Security in 2016 from NUST- MCS with gold medal. Narmeen acquired several Information Security trainings from USA including Information Design Assurance Red Team (IDART) Training from Sandia National Laboratories, USA, Training on Forensics and Malware Analysis from Sandia National Laboratories, USA, and Cyber Executive Training from Monterey Institute of International Studies, MIIS, USA. Her research is focused on but not limited to, global cyber laws and strategies, vulnerability assessment, network security, OS security and digital forensics. Narmeen is certified secure computer user (CSCU certified.)

Narmeen started her professional career as Research Associate/ Team Lead with a national RnD organization. She has also served as Project Manager and Senior Information Security Officer at a US-based telemedicine company. Currently, Narmeen is associated with MCS - National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST), Pakistan as Lecturer in the Department of Information Security.​

  • ​Cyber Risk Management/ Vulnerability Assessment
  • Digital Forensics
  • Network Security
  • Cyber Security and Laws
  • ​​Tahreem Yaqoob, Faiza Mir, Haider Abbas, Waleed bin Shahid, Narmeen Shafqat, Faisal Amjad,; “Feasibility Analysis for Deploying National Healthcare Information System (NHIS) for Pakistan”, Published in IEEE 19th International Conference on E-health Networking, Application & Services (HealthCom): The 4th International Workshop on Security and Reliability of eHealth Information Systems (S&ReHIS 2017), Dalian, China, 12-15 October, 2017
  • ​Narmeen Shafqat, Ashraf Masood, “Comparative Analysis of Various National Cyber Security Strategies”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, IJCSIS (USA), Vol 14, Jan 2016 (Scopus)
  • Narmeen Shafqat, Baber Aslam, Forensic Investigation of User’s Web Activity on Google Chrome using Open-source Forensic Tools, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, IJCSIS (USA), Vol 13, Sep 2015 (Scopus)

  • Network Security (BETE-50, Fall 2016)
  • Vulnerability Exploitation and Defense (MSIS-14, Summer 2016)
  • ​Project Manager/ Information Security Executive
  •           goMD, USA
  • Research Assistant/ Team Lead
  •           NRTC, Pakistan