Search results for: cyber crime

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21 October 2022

Griffith University and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia partner to combat financial crime

A new academy focused on tackling financial crime will be formed under a partnership agreement between Griffith University and the...

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1 May 2020

Griffith launches Graduate Certificates in cyber security and data analytics

As digital disruption becomes a reality, the ability toanalysevast quantities of data to extract relevant intelligence and assess threats to...

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19 March 2015
Head shot of Professor Geoff Pryde

Beating cyber criminals with quantum solutions

byGeoff Pryde, Griffith University As hackers get more sophisticated in their cyber crime efforts, we need to look to new...

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1 October 2013
Police line do not cross

Criminology student visits Australia’s leading crime research centre

Criminology student Diana Foster gained an inside look at Australia’s leading crime research centre recently. She attended the Australian Institute...

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19 April 2016

Time for business to take advantage of digital disruption

Leaders' Edge event to explore promise of digital age ... and threat of cyber crime.

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26 February 2024
Identity Theft

Money muling, sextortion and scams

In Australia, scams like money muling and sextortion are on the rise, with millions affected annually. Professor Andreas Chai is encouraging governments to seriously facilitate solutions including implementing identity resilience strategies, regulating online platforms, and educating students to prevent victimisation.

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4 April 2023
Manipulator concept

Sovereign Citizens: Eccentrics or Extremists?

Sovereign citizens or ‘sovcitz’ reject the authority of the government and legal systems. The COVID-19 pandemic has fuelled extremism, including sovereign citizen beliefs in Australia, says Griffith University’s Dr Keiran Hardy, and poses challenges to law enforcement and public safety.

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1 March 2022
Decarbonise Russia

Will Russia’s invasion of Ukraine push Europe towards energy independence and faster decarbonisation?

In 1973, the world’s post-war boom hit the rocks. Oil producers restricted supply, sending prices soaring. In the aftermath of...

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18 January 2022
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13 January 2022
Vaccine Mandate Protest

Has the pandemic fundamentally changed our ethics?

As we head into the third year of the pandemic, debates continue to rage over the ethics of vaccine mandates, restrictions on civil liberties, the limits of government power and the inequitable distribution of vaccines globally. With so much disagreement over questions like these, has the pandemic fundamentally changed the way we think about ethics?

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