Swoose lecturing at Macquarie University

Milton Baar, Director Technology Innovation, is teaching at Macquarie University as an Adjunct Lecturer for 2014. In this capacity, Milton will be lecturing the following courses for the Department of Computing:

ITEC850 - Network Management. This unit covers architecture, analysis, design, standards and migration issues related to the operation, management and control of distributed systems and communication networks for voice, data, image, and networked computing. Initially the focus is on the fundamental building blocks of network management architecture. These basics are built upon by discussing advanced topics including Broadband and Web-based network management, telecommunications management, security management, management platforms and applications/research issues such as delegated agents and management of mobile or ad hoc networks. Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2014/Units/PGUnit/ITEC850

ITEC854 - Information Security Management. This course teaches post-graduate students the practical aspects of Information Security Management and is a core subject in the post-graduate course. The 13 week course as a practical exercise, introducing students to ISO17799, ISO27001 and other frameworks including COBIT, PCIDSS, Sarbanes Oxley and ISM3. Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2014/Units/PGUnit/ITEC854

Additionally, Milton will be lecturing within the Centre for Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism and will deliver the following course:

PICT848 - Cyber Security. This unit is an introduction to cyber security threats, technologies and management practices within the public and private sectors. The threats faced in the cyber world in many ways mirror those in the physical world. Despite that they also differ in nature as they are neither inhibited by geography nor political borders. This unit will consider these threats in that context. The unit will also provide a sound understanding of the governing principles behind cyber security, the theory and practice behind technology risks and countermeasures and the role that security management plays in the wider picture of forensics analysis, policing, intelligence and counter terrorism. Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2014/Units/PGUnit/PICT848

This unit was also taught for Open Universities Australia as PICX848

Swoose speaking at CeBIT GovInnovate conference in Canberra

Milton Baar, speaking in his role at the Centre for Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism at Macquarie University, is speaking at the Cyber Security stream of this conference, see http://www.cebit.com.au/govinnovate?mkt_tok=3RkMMJWWfF9wsRokvqrPde%2FhmjTEU5z16ewtXqGxgokz2EFye%2BLIHETpodcMTcJlPbnYDBceEJhqyQJxPr3BLNUN09JsRhLmCA%3D%3D

In addition to speaking, Milton is also on an Expert Panel which will discuss emerging trends and concerns to the Public Sector.

Swoose speaking at 3rd Cyber Security Summit

Milton Baar was a presenter at the 3rd ADM Cyber Security Summit held in Canberra. Milton was presenting on Cyber Security and Espionage and describing research and mitigation options.

Conference details may be found at http://www.admevents.com.au/defence-conference/cyber-security-conference/agenda#dayTwo

Swoose speaking at the BICSI conference

Milton Baar spoke at the 2013 BICSI Conference in Melbourne, presenting Commercial Innovations in Digital Security, more details at http://www.bicsi.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=636&Itemid=126

Swoose lecturing at Macquarie University

Milton Baar, Director Technology Innovation, is teaching at Macquarie University as an Adjunct Lecturer for 2013. In this capacity, Milton will be lecturing the following courses for the Department of Computing:

ITEC850 - Network Management. This unit covers architecture, analysis, design, standards and migration issues related to the operation, management and control of distributed systems and communication networks for voice, data, image, and networked computing. Initially the focus is on the fundamental building blocks of network management architecture. These basics are built upon by discussing advanced topics including Broadband and Web-based network management, telecommunications management, security management, management platforms and applications/research issues such as delegated agents and management of mobile or ad hoc networks. Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2013/Units/PGUnit/ITEC850

ITEC851 - System and Network Technologies:

Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2013/Units/PGUnit/ITEC851

ITEC855 - Security and Forensic Discovery. This unit covers the fundamental technologies and processes that underpin good systems security management within modern organisations. We consider the underlying mechanics of information and communications technology security infrastructures, security requirements, security architectures and models, cryptography, secure protocols, authentication, key management, PKI, access control, auditing and intrusion detection. Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2013/Units/PGUnit/ITEC855

ITEC854 - Information Security Management. This course teaches post-graduate students the practical aspects of Information Security Management and is a core subject in the post-graduate course. The 13 week course as a practical exercise, introducing students to ISO17799, ISO27001 and other frameworks including COBIT, PCIDSS, Sarbanes Oxley and ISM3. Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2013/Units/PGUnit/ITEC854

Additionally, Milton will be lecturing within the Centre for Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism and will deliver the following course:

PICT848 - Cyber Security. This unit is an introduction to cyber security threats, technologies and management practices within the public and private sectors. The threats faced in the cyber world in many ways mirror those in the physical world. Despite that they also differ in nature as they are neither inhibited by geography nor political borders. This unit will consider these threats in that context. The unit will also provide a sound understanding of the governing principles behind cyber security, the theory and practice behind technology risks and countermeasures and the role that security management plays in the wider picture of forensics analysis, policing, intelligence and counter terrorism. Course details may be found at http://www.handbook.mq.edu.au/2013/Units/PGUnit/PICT848

This unit was also taught for Open Universities Australia as PICX848