Network Security and Computing Lab

Mission

Network Security and Computing is a research priority area within the School of Information Technology at Deakin University that focuses on the security and efficiency of networked computer systems and applications.

The mission of NSCLab is to foster an environment of collaborative research to achieve high quality outcomes for the following:

  • Security, privacy, and trust of networked computer systems and applications, especially models, techniques, and methods in dealing with Internet crimes.
  • Efficiency and reliability in networked computer systems and applications, especially models, techniques, and methods in dealing with the use of network and system resources.

Lab Co-ordinator

Prof Yang Xiang
(Expertise: network and system security, distributed systems, and networking)

Lab members

Dr Robin Doss
(Expertise: communication protocols, multi-hop networks, RFID systems, network security, lightweight cryptography, query processing in autonomous networks, secure protocols, security/privacy analysis, and network simulations.)

Dr Ming Li
(Expertise: TBA)

A/Prof Yong Xiang
(Expertise: Signal processing, sensor networks, and information and network security.)

Dr Shui Yu
(Expertise: networking theory, mathematical modelling, and cyber security.)

Dr Jun Zhang
(Expertise: Network and system security, machine learning, and multimedia retrieval.)

Prof Wanlei Zhou
(Expertise: distributed and parallel systems, network and system security, mobile computing, bioinformatics, and e-learning.)

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Major research themes

Network traffic classification

Malware modelling and classification

Network resource scheduling

IP traceback

Trusted computing and authentication

RFID and Internet of Things

Social networks


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