Swoose joins the Program Committee for PST2021 (19th Annual International Conference on Privacy, Security, and Trust 2021)

Swoose has joined the Program Committee for PST2021 (19th Annual International Conference on Privacy, Security, and Trust 2021) to be held from December 13-15, 2021 in Auckland, New Zealand - see https://pstnet.ca/

Swoose lecturing at Macquarie University

Milton Baar, Cybersecurity Director, is teaching at Macquarie University as an Adjunct Lecturer for 2021. In this capacity, Milton will be lecturing the following courses for the Department of Computing:

COMP8310 - 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, risk management, attack modelling, software security, firewalls, intrusion detection and forensics. Course details may be found at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/139905/unit_guide

COMP8300 - 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 ISO27001 and other frameworks including COBIT, PCIDSS, Sarbanes Oxley and ISM3. Course details may be at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/129603/unit_guide

Swoose lecturing at Macquarie University

Milton Baar, Cybersecurity Director, is teaching at Macquarie University as an Adjunct Lecturer for 2020. In this capacity, Milton will be lecturing the following courses for the Department of Computing:

COMP8310 (formerly 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, risk management, attack modelling, software security, firewalls, intrusion detection and forensics. Course details may be found at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/121816/unit_guide

COMP8300 (formerly 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 ISO27001 and other frameworks including COBIT, PCIDSS, Sarbanes Oxley and ISM3. Course details may be at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/129603/unit_guide

COMP8260 - Advanced System and Network Security. As organisations and users increasingly rely upon networked applications for assessing information and making critical business decisions, securing distributed applications is becoming extremely significant. The unit is concerned with the protection of information in computing systems and networks. It will address concepts and techniques for securing distributed applications. Course details may be found at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/129601/unit_guide

Swoose joins the Program Committee for PST2020 (18th Annual International Conference on Privacy, Security, and Trust 2020)

Swoose has joined the Program Committee for PST2020 (18th Annual International Conference on Privacy, Security, and Trust 2020) to be held from August 17-19, 2020 in Hangzhou, China - see https://pstnet.ca/

Swoose lecturing at Macquarie University

Milton Baar, Cybersecurity Director, is teaching at Macquarie University as an Adjunct Lecturer for 2019. In this capacity, Milton will be lecturing the following courses for the Department of Computing:

ITEC803 - Advanced Topics in Networking. This unit aims to address various advanced aspects of networking, particularly the current and emerging research topics in network. The focus will be on material drawn from the recent research literature. Topics include but are not limited to label switching, VPN architectures, Inter-domain routing, advanced multicast routing models, traffic engineering, congestion control, quality of service, and multimedia networks. The unit consists of lecture, reading, discussion and assignment components. Course details may be found at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/105000/unit_guide

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, risk management, attack modelling, software security, firewalls, intrusion detection and forensics. Course details may be found at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/105214/unit_guide

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 ISO27001 and other frameworks including COBIT, PCIDSS, Sarbanes Oxley and ISM3. Course details may be found at https://unitguides.mq.edu.au/unit_offerings/92007/unit_guide