IT & Computing

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Digital forensics the new black

Friday 23 Oct 2015
Digital forensics has leapt to the top of CSU's most popular short courses as cybercrime becomes increasingly relevant to everyday lives.

IS hacking a lesson for all in online security

Wednesday 12 Aug 2015

The recent online hacking by Islamic State (IS) should serve as a lesson in password and username safety for individuals and employers, a CSU cyber security expert says.

Entrepreneurs key to Australia’s technology future

Tuesday 16 Jun 2015

The best argument for teaching computer science and coding in primary schools is the speed at which young children naturally take to digital technology, according to a CSU expert.

Cyber security hot topic in Wagga

Thursday 4 Jun 2015

Cyber security experts from around Australia will convene in Wagga Wagga this week at a symposium hosted by CSU.

IT qualifications and jobs: new CSU-TAFE program

Friday 6 Feb 2015

Multiple qualifications and excellent job prospects await students of a new information technology program developed by CSU and TAFE NSW Riverina Institute.

Shellshock threat to computer systems

Monday 29 Sep 2014

The newly discovered computer software flaw, Shellshock, could threaten everything from large servers through to smart appliances in our homes, according to CSU cyber-security expert Dr Tanveer Zia.

CSU innovation in online learning

Monday 1 Sep 2014

CSU is launching a new think-tank to drive innovation in digital learning by investigating new technologies and online teaching practices.

Big grant for CSU Mining Research Laboratory

Wednesday 27 Aug 2014

Charles Sturt University (CSU) researchers have been awarded a major grant for their work on boulder detection in underground cave mining environments.

Inaugural head of virtual campus announced

Sunday 27 Jul 2014

CSU has appointed the inaugural head of its Virtual Campus to help create a stronger sense of community for students studying online.

Heartbleed clinic seeks to staunch flow

Tuesday 20 May 2014

Over 5 000 students have enrolled in a Hacking Countermeasures short course to be run by Charles Sturt University (CSU) and industry partner IT Masters.

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