PO Box 7916
Canberra BC ACT 2610
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:
UNSW Law has a wealth of experience in researching legal issues in relation to cyber security, including the work of Professor Graham Greenleaf, Dr Alana Maurushat, Associate Professor Lyria Bennett Moses, David Vaile and Visiting Professor Roger Clarke. In addition, UNSW Law has demonstrated research strengths in the relationship between law and science/technology: forensic evidence (Professor Gary Edmond and Mehera San Roque); policing (Professor David Dixon, Professor Janet Chan); international laws, human rights and international security (Dr Lucas Lixinski, Dr Nicola McGarrity, Associate Professor Justine Nolan, Dr Daniel Joyce and Associate Professor Christopher Michaelsen); public international law and legal theory (Professor Fleur Johns). At UNSW Canberra, lead researchers in policy, legal and social issues include Professor Jill Slay (cyber war, cyber policy, cyber skilling, cyber crime), Professor Tony Erskine (ethics), Professor Clinton Fernandes (ethics, telecommunications, terrorism aspects), Dr Gavin Mount (ethics and society), Dr Greg Austin (cyber war and peace, diplomacy, international law), Dr Jeith Joiner (defence policy), and Dr Nalin Arachchilage (child safety).