cyber security

The project will make seL4 cyber security technology usable in more complex computer systems.

Professor Gernot Heiser

UNSW has partnered with Secure Systems Research Center to implement ground-breaking cyber security technology.

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UNSW and Neutrality partner to develop secure computer operating systems that will protect critical humanitarian infrastructure.

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People have plenty of legitimate reasons to use encrypted communications platforms such as WhatsApp or Signal for their own security and privacy.

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People may consent to the use of their personal data, without being sufficiently aware or informed of the nature and extent of potential implications.

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Our heavier reliance on technology has allowed malicious actors the opportunity to exploit individuals and businesses, say UNSW cyber experts.

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Beyond the obvious risk of financial loss, cyberattacks can weaken our trust in digital infrastructure – and by extension, our trust in public institutions, too.

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The announcement of the biggest-ever funding package to combat cyberattacks confirms just how vulnerable Australia’s cybersecurity really is – but not because of China.

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The Coalition has announced a new package to boost cyber security. But this is not new money and much more needs to be done to ward off cyber threats.

Dr Yenni Tim

Having a knowledge of cyber security is essential to protect ourselves and others. This is especially relevant during a pandemic when individuals and organisations are more vulnerable to cyber attacks, says cyber security expert Dr Yenni Tim. 

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