RMIT College has these days opened a new cyber security research centre that will target on supporting business address rapidly evolving security threats in Australia and globally.
The centre for Cyber Security Exploration and Innovation (CSRI) is set to get the job done with governing administration and business leaders to teach the following wave of security experts, address business-precise troubles and mitigate cyber threats.
Researchers from diverse colleges at the university will add to the new centre to address the human and organisational aspects of security, as very well as the technical elements.
CSRI will be led by Professor Matt Warren, and will attract on the university’s inbound links to business companions in Australia and overseas by means of its Vietnam and Barcelona satellite workplaces.
Researchers will also get the job done intently with RMIT’s Blockchain Innovation Hub and its AWS-driven Cyber Prepared Cloud Innovation Centre.
Warren mentioned the centre