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About Dr. David M Cook

David M Cook is a research scholar interested in new and emerging forms of security and governance. This includes E-Governance, New Modes of Governance, Computer Security, Socio-Political systems, Information Warfare, International Governance and Gerontology.
This broad research theme underpins a range of research vectors including counter terrorism, money laundering, crime prevention, online security, accessibility, new media security, deception, accessibility, gerontechnology, and seniors security.

Positions

Present Chair of the WA Branch of the ACS, Australian Computer Society
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Present Researcher ECU SRI Security Research Institute, Edith Cowan University
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Present Researcher/Lecturer - School of Science, Edith Cowan University
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Research Interests

HCI, e-Governance, Trusted Computing, Money Laundering, Computer Security, New Media security, Senior Citizens online security, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, Virtual Reality, and Gerontechnology

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Professional Service and Affiliations

2015 - Present Director, Indonesia Institute
2012 - Present Researcher, ECU SRI Security Research Institute
2007 - Present Fellow, Australian Computer Society
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Honors and Awards

  • 2013 Vice Chancellor's Staff Award for Community Engagement
  • 2013 Best paper Award for the Australian Information Warfare Conference
  • 2012 Winner of the WAITTA Communit Service award for the Seniors Identity Training program
  • 2010 Best paper Award ( WA Police Award) for the Australian Counter-Terrorism Conference
  • Fellow of the Australian Computer Society

Contact Information

Edith Cowan University (Building 18)
Joondalup Drive
Joondalup 6027 Western Australia

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Twitter Information and Influence (6)

This category includes works that examine the power and influence of social media - especially Twitter - and the way in which the social media platform can be used to deceive and influence the actions of others.

Digital Legacy (1)

This category looks at the issue of Digital Legacy. It considers the value of digital objects, the transfer of digital items left behind after death, and the security of digital legacy items.

Cyber and Physical Security (1)

This category collates papers on the areas where security can be viewed from a physical perspective, from a cyber perspective, or from a combined cyber-physical perspective.