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Overview

The School of Computer and Security Science offers a variety of industry relevant courses in the areas of computing, information science and security science. Our courses are informed by an active research program, with the school being home to the e-Health Research Group, e-Agriculture Research Group and the Artificial Intelligence and Optimisation Research Group. In late 2012, the Centre for Transformational Games was established between the school and ECU's School of Education.

Student testimonials

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"The ECU campus is fantastic and the lecturers are great."

Emma Downing

Counter Terrorism Security and Intelligence student

Research activity 

The School of Computer and Security Science conducts applied research covering a range of disciplines including computer and network security, digital forensics, information security, counter terrorism, artificial intelligence, e-agriculture, e-health, and network science.

News & events

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Analysing Network Traffic through Artificial Intelligence

Dr Zubair Baig will present a SIG Seminar on 16 June that explores Intrusion Detection Systems and the role of Artificial Intelligence in protecting corporate networks and resources.

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Terrorists use marketing skills to attract new recruits online

Terrorist organisations are increasingly using marketing techniques to recruit and radicalise Australians online writes Dr Robyn Torok.

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2001::/8 An address space oddity: The current state of security in IPv6

Clinton Carpene will present a SIG Seminar on 4 June looking at the history of IPv6, lesser and better known security issues with the protocol, and strategies to implement better IPv6 security.

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