|Present||Chair of the WA Branch of the ACS, Australian Computer Society|
|Present||Researcher ECU SRI Security Research Institute, Edith Cowan University|
|Present||Researcher/Lecturer - School of Science, Edith Cowan University|
Ethics and Political Philosophy, Computer Sciences, Information Security, Graphics and Human Computer Interfaces, Communication Technology and New Media, Social Influence and Political Communication, Asian Studies, Information Literacy, International Relations, Cognition and Perception, Defense and Security Studies, Education Policy, Peace and Conflict Studies, and Science and Technology Studies
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
Professional Service and Affiliations
|2015 - Present||Director, Indonesia Institute||2012 - Present||Researcher, ECU SRI Security Research Institute||2007 - Present||Fellow, Australian Computer Society|
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
- 2018 Best Paper Award IEEE 14th International Conference on Information Processing
- CSI 6113 IT Professionalism and Practice
- CSI 6206 Information Warfare
|2014 - 2018||PhD, Edith Cowan University ‐ School Of Science|
|2009 - 2010||MBA, Murdoch University ‐ School of Business and Law|
|2008 - 2009||BA Honours 1st Class, Murdoch University ‐ School of Governance|
|2004 - 2007||Bachelor of Asian Studies (Specialist), Murdoch University ‐ School of Governance|
Edith Cowan University (Building 18)
Joondalup 6027 Western Australia
Cyber Security for Older Citizens (9)
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Twitter Information and Influence (6)
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Contribution to Book
A low-cost framework for the digital preservation of Indigenous artwork ...
International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Education and Library & Information Science (2018)
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The Changing Values of Digital Legacies: E-books and the challenges ...
International Conference on Emerging Trends in Librarianship: Role of Libraries in Learning environment (2016)
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Cyber and Physical Security (1)
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