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Paul Haskell-Dowland

Paul Haskell-Dowland

Associate Dean (Computing and Security), Edith Cowan University

Dr Paul Haskell-Dowland is the Associate Dean for Computing and Security in the School of Science at Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia and is an associate member of the Centre for Security, Communications & Network Research within the School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics at Plymouth University in the United Kingdom. His interests include network and system security, teaching and learning technologies, and security education.

Dr Haskell-Dowland is the Working Group Coordinator to the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) Technical Committee 11 (TC11 - Security and Privacy Protection in Information Processing Systems), the secretary to IFIP Working Group 11.1 (Information Security Management), a Fellow of the Higher Education Authority, a Senior Member of the IEEE, an Honorary Fellow of the Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science, a Fellow of the BCS and a Senior Member of the ACS/Certified Professional. He is the author of over 60 papers in refereed international journals and conference proceedings, edited 29 proceedings.

Dr Haskell-Dowland, together with colleagues at Plymouth University (Dr Bogdan Ghita and Prof. Steven Furnell), co-invented the ICAlert platform. ICAlert is a managed device that monitors Internet access (initially aimed at primary and secondary schools), targeting users attempting to access illegal content (child abuse images) as well as terrorist content. In February 2017, following several years of trials, a commercial product was launched in collaboration with the SouthWest Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation.

Fastly global internet outage: why did so many sites go down — and what is a CDN, anyway?

Jun 08, 2021 12:51 pm UTC| Technology

If you were having difficulty accessing your favourite website on Tuesday evening Australian time, youre not alone. A jaw-dropping number of major websites around the globe suddenly became unavailable with no immediately...

Holding the news to ransom? What we know so far about the Channel 9 cyber attack

Apr 04, 2021 10:38 am UTC| Insights & Views

On Sunday afternoon, Channel 9 posted a cryptic tweet indicating it was under attack. The accompanying video acknowledged that the failure to run the Weekend Today show that morning was attributed to a major cyber...

Robot take the wheel: Waymo has launched a self-driving taxi service

Oct 15, 2020 14:25 pm UTC| Technology

The age of the driverless taxi has arrived at least in parts of Phoenix, Arizona. Self-driving car company Waymo, owned by Googles parent company Alphabet, announced its autonomous vehicles are now available to the...

Airports, ATMs, hospitals: Microsoft Windows XP leak would be less of an issue, if so many didn't use it

Oct 01, 2020 15:49 pm UTC| Business

The source code of the Windows XP operating system is now circulating online as a huge 43GB mega-dump. Although the software is nearly two decades old, its still used by people, businesses and organisations around the...

How to boost your internet speed when everyone is working from home

Apr 04, 2020 06:55 am UTC| Technology

With #StayAtHome and social distancing now becoming a way of life, an increasing number of people are relying on the internet for work, education and entertainment. This has placed greater demand on our network...

Don't die wondering: apps may soon be able to predict your life expectancy, but do you want to know?

Jan 18, 2020 11:44 am UTC| Insights & Views Technology

When will I die? This question has endured across cultures and civilisations. It has given rise to a plethora of religions and spiritual paths over thousands of years, and more recently, some highly amusing apps. But...

PayID data breaches show Australia's banks need to be more vigilant to hacking

Sep 22, 2019 14:08 pm UTC| Insights & Views Economy

When we think of a bank robbery, we might imagine a safe with the door blown open. But nowadays it might be more accurate to picture criminals accessing our bank account online from another country. Bank robbers dont need...

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Economy

Singapore replacing Hong Kong emerges as financial hub for S.Korean banks

Major South Korean banks are rushing to establish their presence in Singapore, which is replacing Hong Kong as Asias financial hub. Hana Financial Group Inc. and KB Kookmin Bank recently obtained preliminary approval...

Hyundai NEXO, Toyota Mirai left to compete in fuel cell car market after Honda's exit

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Politics

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Joe Biden commends Supreme Court decision to uphold Affordable Care Act

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Kamala Harris immigration: DHS chief pushes back on GOP Rep.'s question on if VP plans to visit border

Republicans have constantly criticized Vice President Kamala Harris for not personally visiting the southern border as the Biden administration faces a record number of migrants looking to enter the US. Homeland Security...

Science

S. Korea eyes carbon neutrality by commercializing carbon capture and utilization products by 2030

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Finland's Ant Brew offers beer created with goose poop

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New global guidelines for stem cell research aim to drive discussions, not lay down the law

The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) today released updated guidelines for stem cell research and its translation to medicine. Developed in response to recent scientific and clinical advances, the...

Tiangong: China may gain a monopoly on space stations - here's what to expect

China launched Tianhe-1, the first and main module of a permanent orbiting space station called Tiangong (Heavenly Palace 天 宫), on April 29. Two additional science modules (Wentian and Mengtian) will follow in 2022 in a...

Microfluidics: The tiny, beautiful tech hidden all around you

When you think of micro- or nanotechnology, you likely think of small electronics like your phone, a tiny robot or a microchip. But COVID-19 tests which have proven to be central to controlling the pandemic are also a...

Technology

KT to invest 23.6 billion won in fintech firms under Webcash Group

KT Corp. will invest a total of 23.6 billion won in three companies under the fintech-focused Webcash Group to strengthen its foothold in financial services. Of the amount, 14.4 billion won would be invested in Webcash,...

‘GTA Online’ will leave Xbox 360 and PS3 in December

The multiplayer GTA Online has been around for a while now that it was launched at a time when PS3 and Xbox 360 consoles are still frequently used. However, fans using these systems will need to buy new hardware soon if...

Slack introduces a new feature to schedule messages

The communication app widely used by teams within organizations and companies has a new feature that will allow users to schedule when to send a message. The function is available on both the desktop and mobile versions of...

‘Cyberpunk 2077’ patch 1.23 goes live ahead of RPG’s PlayStation Store return

Gaming fans speculated that a patch for Cyberpunk 2077 was to be released following the reports that the controversial RPG is coming back to the PlayStation Store. Now, CD Projekt Red released patch 1.23 with a...

Huawei will reportedly skip the Mate 50 series in 2021

Another powerful smartphone series from one of the worlds leading brands is reportedly not getting a refresh model in 2021. It became clear in the previous months that Samsung will not release the Galaxy Note 21 lineup...
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