CySPri Lab is the Faculty of Engineering node of the Australian Centre for Cyber Security (ACCS) with headquarters at UNSW Canberra and another node at UNSW's Faculty of Law. CySPri lab focusses on computer and communication security research. This node conducts research funded via government such such as ARC and collaborates with a number of industry partners.
Cybersecurity is the body of technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from attack, damage or unauthorized access. In a computing context, the term security implies cybersecurity. Ensuring cybersecurity requires coordinated efforts throughout an information system. Elements of cybersecurity include:
- Application security
- Information security
- Network security
- Disaster recovery/business continuity planning
- End-user education.
A broad aim of the CySPri Lab is to conduct leading edge research focused on systems aspect of cybersecurity, privacy and trust (software, hardware and networking) to be benefit of end users and organisations. The lab will also foster strong collaboration between UNSW, industry and Government, disseminating local and international research on ICT systems security, privacy, and trustworthiness to the Australian community, including industry, government, and the research sector.
- CSE students have been successful in recent cyber security competitions
- Congratulations Prof. Carroll Morgan for wining the NSA Cybersecurity Research Paper Competition
- Prof. Sanjay joins working groups to improve Australia’s cyber security
- Congratulations to our five teams in this year’s Cyber Security Challenge Australia
- Congratulations to Jun Young Kim for being selected for Student Travel Grant at ACM SenSys 2015
Professor Sanjay Jha
Deputy Director, ACCS.
School of Computer Science and Engineering
The University of New South Wales
UNSW SYDNEY NSW 2052