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Professor Craig Valli is the Director of the ECU Security Research Institute and Professor (Digital Forensics) within the School of Science.
Professor Valli has over 30 years’ experience in the ICT Industry, and regularly consults with industry and government, conducting research on securing networks and critical infrastructures, detection of network borne threats, forensic analysis of cyber security incidents, network security and digital forensics he has over 200 refereed publications.
Craig started his university career in 2000, holding various positions including Lecturer and then Head of School for the School of Computer and Security Science in 2009, Craig was made a Professor of Digital Forensics in the same year. He continued as Head of School before accepting his current position of Director of the ECU Security Research Institute in 2012.
Craig and his team led the bid for the now successful, $140 million 7 year Cyber Security Co-operative Research Centre (CSCRC) headquartered in WA. Craig is a member of the High Tech Crime Investigators Association (Australian Chapter), the INTERPOL Cyber Crime Experts Group and also INTERPOL Digital Forensics Expert Group. A member of AISA and IEEE and is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society. He serves on several cyber security related conference committees and journal editorial boards.
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