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Carsten Rudolph

Associate professor, Monash University

Dr. Carsten Rudolph is Associate Professor for cybersecurity at the Faculty of IT at Monash University, Head of Department for Software Systems and Cybersecurity and Director of Research of the Oceania Cyber Security Centre OCSC in Melbourne, Australia. His research concentrates on information security, formal methods, cryptographic protocols, security of machine learning and human aspects of security with a strong focus on inter-disciplinary topics. He contributes to the development of secure solutions for digital health as well as future energy networks. Further, he drives scientific exchange between cybersecurity, law and organisational informatics. Another focus of his research is on nation-level cybersecurity maturity and policy development. In his role as Director for Research of the OCSC he collaborates with Oxford University to carry out cybersecurity maturity reviews with nations in the Pacific region.

Experience

  • 2015–present
    Associate professor, Monash University

Education

  • 2002 
    Queensland University of Technology, PhD
  • 1997 
    J.-W. Goethe University Franksfurt, Diplom Informatik