Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference

Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference

 

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Submissions from 2013

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Complementary Feature Level Data Fusion for Biometric Authentication Using Neural Networks, Mark Abernethy and Shri Rai

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Towards Detection and Control of Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Matthew Peacock and Michael N. Johnstone

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3D Visual Method of Variant Logic Construction for Random Sequence, Huan Wang and Jeffrey Zheng

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The Influence and Deception of Twitter: The Authenticity of the Narrative and Slacktivism in the Australian Electoral Process, Benjamin Waugh, Maldini Abdipanah, Omid Hashemi, Shaquille A. Rahman, and David M. Cook

Submissions from 2012

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Applying Feature Selection to Reduce Variability in Keystroke Dynamics Data for Authentication Systems, Mark Abernethy and Shri Rai

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The Regulation of Space and Cyberspace: One Coin, Two Sides, Brett Biddington

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The Reception, Incorporation and Employment of Informatin Operations by the Australia Defence Force: 1990-2012, Jeff Malone

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Protective Emblems in Cyber Warfare, Iain Sutherland, Konstantinos Xynos, Andrew Jones, and Andrew Blyth

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Exterminating the Cyber Flea: Irregular Warfare Lessons for Cyber Defence, Ben Whitham

Submissions from 2011

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Designing cyber warfare information infrastructure resilience, Semir Daskapan and Jan Van der Berg

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Designing a knowledge distribution simulator, Martin Hill and Graham Fletcher

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Penetration of ZigBee-based wireless sensor networks, Michael N. Johnstone and Jeremy A. Jarvis

Submissions from 2010

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Success of Agile Environment in Complex Projects, Abbass Ghanbary and Julian Day

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International Relations and Cyber Attacks: Official and Unofficial Discourse, Kay Hearn, Patricia A H Williams, and Rachel J. Mahncke

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Influence Operations: Action and Attitude, William Hutchinson

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2D Spatial Distributions for Measures of Random Sequences Using Conjugate Maps, Qingping Li and Jeffrey Zhi J. Zheng

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Wikileaks: The Truth or Not, Ian Rosewall and Matthew J. Warren

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Australian Critical Infrastructure Protection: A case of two tales, Matthew Warren, Graeme Pye, and William Hutchinson

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Information Warfare: Time for a redefinition, Patricia A H Williams

Submissions from 2009

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Tactical Analysis of Attack in Physical and Digital Security Incidents:Towards a Model of Asymmetry, Atif Ahmad

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Safeguarding Australia from Cyber-terrorism:A Proposed Cyber-terrorism SCADA Risk Framework for Industry Adoption, Christopher Beggs and Matthew Warren

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Culture Jamming: From Activism to Hactivism, Kay Hearn, Rachel J. Mahncke, and Patricia A. Williams

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Cyber Influence, William Hutchinson

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Appraising Critical Infrastructure Systems with Visualisation, Graeme Pye and Matthew Warren

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Ascent of Asymmetric Risk in Information Security: An InitialEvaluation., Tobias Ruighaver, Matthew Warren, and Atif Ahmad

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When You Can't See the Forest for the Domains: Why a Two Forest ModelShould be Used to Achieve Logical Segregation Between SCADA andCorporate Networks, Andrew Woodward and Brett Turner

Submissions from 2008

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A Holistic SCADA Security Standard for the Australian Context, Christopher Beggs

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Information Sharing: Hackers vs Law Enforcement, David P. Biros, Mark Weiser, Jim Burkman, and Jason Nichols

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Protecting Critical Infrastructure with Games Technology, Adrian Boeing, Martin Masek, and Bill Bailey

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Media, government and manipulation: the cases of the two Gulf Wars, William Hutchinson

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Security Metrics - A Critical Analysis of Current Methods, Manwinder Kaur and Andy Jones

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Visualisation of Critical Infrastructure Failure, W D. Wilde and M J. Warren

Submissions from 2007

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Space as a New Sphere of Future Information Warfare, Martti Lehto

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Virtual Radicalisation: Challenges for Police, Simon O'Rourke

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Critical Infrastructure Systems Modelling: Benchmarking CPNTools, Graeme Pye and Matthew J. Warren

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Managing Analysis, David Shaw

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Commercial Critical Systems and Critical Infrastructure Protection: A Future Research Agenda, Matthew J. Warren and Shona Leitch

Submissions from 2006

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Security risk assessment: Group approach to a consensual outcome, Ben Beard and David J. Brooks

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Mapping the consensual knowledge of security risk management experts, David J. Brooks

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Terrorism as Opiniotainment: Perceptions Warriors and the Public Battlefield, Luke Howie

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Information terrorism: networked influence, W Hutchinson

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The Awareness and Perception of Spyware amongst Home PC Computer Users, M Jaeger and N L. Clarke

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Assessing end-user awareness of social engineering and phishing, A Karakasiliotis,; S M. Furnell; and M Papadaki

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Considerations on Deception Techniques Used in Political and Product Marketing, Carlo Kopp

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A study of the compliance of alarm installations in Perth, Western Australia: Are security alarm systems being installed to Australian Standard AS2201.1 - "systems installed in a client's premises.", Robert E. McLaughlin and David J. Brooks

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Global Reach: Terrorists and the Internet, Simon O'Rourke

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Conceptual Modelling: Choosing a Critical Infrastructure Modelling Methodology, Graeme Pye and Matthew J. Warren

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Electronic Records Management Criteria and Information Security, A Shaw and David T. Shaw

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Mediated Identification, D T. Shaw

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An Information Operation Model and Classification Scheme, D T. Shaw and S Cikara

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Engineering a Suburban Ad-Hoc Network, Mike Tyson, Ronald D. Pose, Carlo Kopp, Mohammad Rokonuzzaman, and Muhammad Mahmudul Islam

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Tags at War: A Review of the United States Department of Defence RFID Tag Data Standard, Uros Urosevic and Christopher Bolan

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Deception on the network: thinking differently about covert channels, Maarten Van Horenbeeck

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Information Terrorism in the New Security Environment, Ken Webb