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2011 Cyber Resilience Conference

Monday, 25 July 2011


Internet banking security in Australia and the role of peer-to-peer networks in hiding terrorist cells are just two of the topics to be discussed by international cyber security experts at the International Cyber Resilience Conference, held in Perth next month.

The conference will be hosted by Edith Cowan University (ECU)’s secau – Security Research Centre at The Duxton Hotel from 1-2 August 2011.

Panida Subsorn from Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, Thailand and Sunsern Limwiriyakul from ECU will present a joint paper entitled, A Comparative Analysis of the Security of Internet Banking in Australia: A Customer Perspective.

A major part our everyday lives, internet banking has major benefits, but also major security flaws. This paper highlights those flaws, and puts forward recommendations to improve internet banking security in the future.  

Academics from the Queensland University of Technology will look at the security concerns surrounding smart grid technologies, with their presentation entitled, Gap Analysis of Intrusion Detection in Smart Grids.

Smart grids can instantly respond to electrical problems, reduce power outages and manage household energy outputs. They are utilised internationally, including Australia, and are seen as the future of electrical grids.

Ms Belinda Cheira from the University of South Australia will highlight how terrorist networks can hide in cyberspace with her presentation entitled Detection of Hidden Terrorist Cells Immersed in Peer-to-Peer Networks.

Asia Pacific Security Lead for Accenture, Mr Paul O’Rourke and CEO of information security leader, stratsec, Mr Tim Scully will open each day’s proceedings with keynote presentations.

“Cyber resilience is an international issue, which is continually growing in global importance,” said Director of the secau Security Research Centre, Professor Craig Valli.

“ECU is excited to welcome local, national and international presenters for the conference, which raises important issues relating to cyber resilience in our modern world.”

Second International Cyber Resilience Conference

Date: 1 -2 August 2011
Time: 8.30am to 5.00pm (Monday) and 9.00am to 3.00pm (Tuesday)
Venue:
The Duxton Hotel Perth, 1 St Georges Terrace, Perth Western Australia.

For further information visit http://conferences.secau.org/cyberresilience/index.php.

Presentation abstracts and interviews can be arranged on request.

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