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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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"I enrolled in my course because the University offered ever-evolving campus infrastructure, technological advancements and accessible engineering facilities."

Vinh Dang

Security Science & Computing PhD candidate

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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SMEs - Lessons Learnt

Professor Craig Valli will present a SIG Seminar on 11 August highlighting ways SMEs can best protect themselves from the pitfalls of poor cyber security practices.

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ECU continues winning ways

A website for monitoring bushfire activity and an app to measure children’s’ hearing loss have continued ECU’s success at the prestigious WAiTTA Incite awards.

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ECU app a safety net for vulnerable people

A new app developed by ECU students aims to help people with disabilities contact their families or carers when they find themselves in distressing situations.

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