Cyber Security Research Group (CSRG)

Organisation profile

Organisation profile


The Cyber Security Research Group (CSRG), housed within the School of Computing and Mathematics, conducts innovative, relevant and ground-breaking research across a wide spectrum of cyber security areas, including Computer Network Security, Security of Wireless and Body Sensor Networks, Data Protection in Social Networks, Privacy Preserving Data Sharing, Vulnerability Assessment, Malware Analysis, Security Threats in Cloud Computing, Security of Internet of Things (IoT), and Digital Forensics.

The CSRG contributes to Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy and is one of the research participants in the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CSCRC) and leads the “Privacy Preserving Data Sharing in a Hyperconnected World” research theme.  The members of the CSRG also contribute to the NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node which is part of the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network (AustCyber) and the NSW Government.

The CSRG vision is to produce high quality and impactful research output and make a significant contribution to Australia’s readiness and response to Cyber Security threats.

The CSRG mission is to perform innovative, relevant and useful research that solves the Cyber security problems that arise as a result of the advancements in ICT by utilising latest research methods and technologies.

The CSRG goals include:

  • conduct impactful cyber security research and build linkages with individuals, government organisations, and industry partners
  • develop collaborations with cyber security researchers from other cyber security research providers and industry organisations to combat cyber threats at national level
  • contribute to achieving world level ranking in Excellence of Research in Australia (ERA) in cyber security field of research
  • contribute to developing research projects that generate outcomes to help our regional communities to protect their information assets


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