Dr Nour Moustafa appointed as ACM Distinguished Speaker

Dr Nour Moustafa appointed as ACM Distinguished Speaker

UNSW Canberra Cyber Lecturer Dr Nour Moustafa has been appointed as an Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) Distinguished Speaker.

Dr Moustafa was appointed for three years in the specialisation of Security and Privacy.

The Distinguished Speaker Program brings together thought leaders across academia, industry and government to give presentations to ACM chapters, members and the greater IT community in a variety of venues and formats.

“As ACM Distinguished Speaker, I am going to present recent topics of Artificial Intelligence-enabled cyber defences to highly qualified people from academia, industry and government,” Dr Moustafa said.

“This, of course, will enable me to increase my collaboration and engagement with specialised people in security and privacy all over the world.”

Over the course of the three-year appointment, Dr Moustafa will focus on topics spanning intrusion detection, privacy preservation, IoT and Testbed Security. This year, his presentations will include:

  • New Distributed Architecture for Evaluating AI-based Security Systems at the Edge: Network TON_IoT Datasets
  • Novel Cognitive Computing Technique using Convolutional Networks for Automating the Criminal Investigation Process in Policing
  • Distributed Anomaly Detection System as a Service using Statistical Learning for Industrial IoT-Edge-Cloud Networks

UNSW Canberra Cyber would like to congratulate Dr Moustafa on this huge achievement.

More information on the ACM Distinguished Speaker Program is available here.