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Lecturer (Computing and Security), Edith Cowan University

Dr Ahmed Ibrahim is a Lecturer in the Computer and Security discipline in the School of Science of Edith Cowan University (ECU) where he teaches subjects related to cyber security. He is also the Course Coordinator of the Bachelor of Science (Cyber Security) course.

Dr Ibrahim is a researcher at the ECU Security Research Institute. His research is focused on tackling cyber security challenges in areas related to: Critical Infrastructure and Internet of Things (IoT), cyber security risk in organisations, and combatting radicalisation in the cyber domain. He presently supervises several PhD students in these areas. His research track record includes several book chapters, peer-reviewed journal articles and conference proceedings, and multiple presentations/talks at reputed national and international venues. He has successfully secured external grants from the Government of Western Australia and international research partners.

Some of his notable industry engagements include vulnerability assessments, security architecture reviews, security audits, website security assessments, desktop reviews, and risk assessments for the federal/state/local government and critical infrastructure providers.


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    Lecturer (Computing and Security), Edith Cowan University