Mamoun Alazab is an Associate Professor in the College of Engineering, IT and Environment at CDU. He is a cyber security researcher and practitioner with extensive industry and academic experience. His research is multidisciplinary and focuses on cyber security and the digital forensics of computer systems. It covers current and emerging issues in the cyber environment, such as cyber-physical systems and the internet of things, and considers the unique challenges in these environments, with a focus on cybercrime detection and prevention.
Mamoun holds a PhD degree in Computer Science and has published more than 70 research papers. He's presented at many invited keynotes talks and panels, at conferences and venues in Australia and abroad. In 2017 alone, he presented at 19 events. Mamoun has organised and participated in more than 70 conferences and workshops, including seven as a General Chair. He is also Senior Member of the IEEE and has been involved in research work to support business and government agencies, including the Australian Federal Police and major banks in Australia.
Mamoun has worked on many projects with government and industry bodies, including:
He is an editor on several editorial boards including:
CDU is currently looking for students to undertake their Higher Degree by Research in the Northern Territory. Scholarships are available.
Are you an international applicant? Find out how to apply.
T. 08 8946 6548 - E. firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the main CDU website
Maintained by: Marketing and Planning - Privacy Statement - ABN 54 093 513 649 - Copyright & Disclaimer CRICOS Provider No: 00300K - RTO Provider No. 0373 - Charles Darwin University, Ellengowan Drive, Darwin, Northern Territory 0909 Australia