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Privacy and cybersecurity

Mark is interested in supervising student projects relating to most aspects of privacy law, data protection / information privacy and the regulation of cybersecurity, particularly in automated decision-making frameworks. He is particularly interested in the following topics: Conceptual and legal aspects of privacy law in relation to ubiquitous collections of sensorised data Privacy and cybersecurity implications of smart home technologies and infrastructures Information privacy implications of automated forms of regulation (e.g. RegTech) Regulatory models of data portability …

Study level
PhD, Master of Philosophy
Queensland University of Technology
Lead unit
School of Law

Privacy-Preserving Process Analytics

Modern organisations consider data to be their lifeblood. While the importance of data science and the potential benefits of data analytics are widely acknowledged, many people have grave concerns about irresponsible use of their data.Negative publicity surrounding large collections of personal data (incl. location, videos, pictures, emails, etc.) by corporations such as Google and Facebook and subsequent breaches have resulted in people losing trust in, and becoming more suspicious about, how their personal data is being used by such organisations.Process …

Study level
PhD, Master of Philosophy, Honours, Vacation research experience scheme
Science and Engineering Faculty
Lead unit
School of Information Systems

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