Some 20 researchers, focused largely in the School of Law in Kensington campus and in two schools on the Canberra campus (Engineering/IT and Humanities/Social Sciences), bring cross-disciplinary and comparative skills to bear on political, legal and regulatory aspects of Australian security in cyber space including:
- national strategies for cyber war and cyber peace
- causes and prevention of cyber crime
- policing and investigation for cyber security...
This research area includes predominatly technical issues, although some of these have a human-centric focus. Elements of our work include include:
- Mapping cyber interdependencies
- resilience standards
- Application security
- Information security
- Network security
- Disaster recovery/business continuity planning
- End-user education
- Information assurance in big data
- technologies of decision-making under pervasive...
- children's e-safety
- education strategies for a cyber work force
- needs analysis
- inovation strategies
- defence personnel issues
- workforce evaluations
- worker professionalism.
This research, involving at least ten of our 53 researchers, has both theoretical and applied aspects.
On the theoretical side, our work includes examination of current debates within the fields of Politics and International Relations (from both philosophical and social scientific perspectives) surrounding ideas of secuirty in cyber space. We include a range of perspectives, including Critical Security Studies, International Ethics/ International Political Theory...read more
Cyber Security and World Power: U.S. cyber strategies, Russia cyber strategies, China cyber strategies, cyber espionage, U.S./China cyber relations, ethics, international law, cyber war planning and mobilisation
Australian Cyber Strategy, Law and Policy: ontology of cyber war, cyber military maturity, cyber situation awareness, red teaming, cyber effect operations, privacy, surveillance, resilience, cyber security awareness, setting national R&D...read more