Associate Professor Ray Hunt
Adjunct Associate Professor
Undergraduate Courses (3rd year)
COSC331 Data Communications and Networks
COSC332 Data and Network Security Fundamentals
Graduate Courses (4th year)
COSC407 Wireless and Mobile Network Security
COSC417 Identity and Access Management
COSC425 Computer Forensics and Cybercrime
COSC430 Information Security Management
COSC424 Secure Software
COSC419 Security Forensics Projects
In addition he has provided numerous training courses on Networks and Security for the industry in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia and Taiwan. Further, he has addressed a variety of conferences in Australia, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Canada, U.S.A. and Europe. He has acted as a telecommunications consultant for a number of telcos and other companies in the Asian-Pacific region and works as an adviser on aspects network architecture, security and design as well as advising industries on a wide range of telecommunication topics.
He has run training workshops over the last 15 years for companies such as Fujitsu, Reuters, AT&T, Vodafone and others. He has visited Asia over 70 times in the last 15 years providing a wide range of training and education workshops in areas of networks and security. Prior to being with the University of Canterbury, Ray Hunt worked for the airline industry where he designed and built international telecommunication networks.
Recent Publications (within the last five years)
- Mansoori, M., Hunt, R., (2011), An Overview of Browser Vulnerability Attacks, Countermeasures and Detection Tools. Journal of Network Forensics, 3(1), 32-47, Perth, Western Austrlalia.