Literature Review: Identifying Cybersecurity Best Practices for the Marine Renewable Energy
The Identifying Cybersecurity Best Practices for the Marine Renewable Energy project is a part of an Oceania Cyber Security Centre (OCSC) grant awarded to the RMIT Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation. The project aims to identify the best practices to protect the marine renewable energy system in the Asia Pacific region.
Umibot: A Case Study
RMIT Professor and CCSRI Member Nicola Henry has over 20 years of research experience in the field of sexual violence. She utilised her expertise to start a chatbot designed to help victim-survivors of image-based abuse.
Enhancing Cyber Security: A Case Study
Australia faces increasing cyber security threats, potentially affecting not only Australian businesses and financial institutions, but government and the education sector as well. In response to these challenges, the Australian government established the Enhancing Cyber Security Across Australia’s University Sector Project.
The Australian Security Industry Workforce - Understanding Gender Dimensions Project Study
This study aims to gain an accurate picture of the security industry workforce in Australia. The goal of this study is to identify practical ways to expand and diversify the industry’s talent pool to best equip it for the growing challenges and demands it faces.
RMIT University launches Australia’s first Hybrid Threat Centre between Australia and Lithuania
On Tuesday 13th December 2022, the Australian Lithuanian Cyber Research Network (ALCRN) launched the Australian Lithuanian Hybrid Threat Centre.
‘Nord Stream’ – the need to prioritise security of critical infrastructure at sea
The recent sabotage of the Nord Stream pipeline, a key piece of critical infrastructure in which Europe energy sector depends, highlights the requirement to prioritise security underwater infrastructure.
Digital Skills the key to securing Melbourne’s Cyber Security Future
A new report by RMIT University 'Digital Skills and Cyber Security: How do we secure our future' attempts to understand the current digital skills issues, and the challenges the pandemic brought about, in the context of developing Melbourne as a Digital CBD. The research is funded by the Victorian State Government.
The Australian Cyber Security Skills & Jobs NSW Study: A Case Study
When cities went into lockdown amidst the coronavirus pandemic there was a rapid escalation of remote working and schooling. In response to this shift, AISA and the NSW Treasury commenced the Australian Cyber Security Skills & Jobs NSW Study to identify potential cyber security gaps and examine the impact that the pandemic was having on the local cyber security industry.
Tide/RMIT collaboration heralds a cybersecurity revolution to be showcased at the prestigious Technology Surprise Forum
Year-long research partnership results in RMIT validating Tide’s breakthrough in “True Zero-Trust” security, culminating in invitation to present at coveted national security event, the Technology Surprise Forum.