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David is a Lecturer within the School of Science, a member of the ECU Security Research Institute, a member of the Australian Centre for Cyber Security Excellence (ACCSE), and a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society.
David had taught across a range of computer and security science areas including Information Warfare, Terrorism, Counter Terrorism, Systems Resilience, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Aviation Security, Communicating in an IT Environment, Radicalisation and Political Extremism. David supervises a wide range of student projects and research topics. Through his engagement with the ACS he has negotiated with industry and government to secure student placements and workplace opportunities for final year undergraduate and post-graduate students.
David has extensive business and academic experience within South-east Asia, especially in Indonesia and Australia. He previously held the position of Manager in the SECAU Security Research Centre and holds a number of directorships and board appointments. David has won numerous academic, professional, and industry awards.
David’s principal research interests surround the broad field of security through Governance. He specialises in Gerontechnology, the advancement of Human Computer Interaction, and the proliferation of Cyber Crime. His research activities include Counter Terrorism, Money-Laundering, Senior Citizen Security, Social Media, Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design, Financial Elder Abuse, Social Network Analysis, Online Radicalisation, Political Extremism and Technology Ethics.
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