IT & Computing

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Teens need to be 'cyber-smart'

Friday 29 Nov 2013
A Charles Sturt University (CSU) researcher is urging parents and teenagers to make use of new resources to help young people make smart decisions about what they share online.

Twitter's pulling power

Tuesday 15 Oct 2013
Ahead of Twitter’s highly anticipated stock debut, CSU information and communications technology lecturer Mr Ken Eustace has examined the pulling power of the social networking company.

Adobe hacked: spotlight on cyber-security

Friday 4 Oct 2013
A cyber-attack on software giant Adobe is likely to shake consumer confidence in cloud computing systems according to an expert from CSU.

Research into professional ethics in IT

Thursday 19 Sep 2013
Common ethical issues facing Information and Communication Technology professionals and how these problems are often resolved is the subject of new research involving CSU and the Australian Computer Society.

International IT security conference

Wednesday 18 Sep 2013
Reducing cyber crime threats to communication networks will be at the forefront of an international security forum to be held in Sydney later this month.

Health checks using mobile phones

Tuesday 23 Jul 2013
Research at CSU aims to make it possible for a doctor to monitor the heart rate or check the blood pressure of a patient hundreds of kilometres away, using wireless sensors and mobile phone technology.

Huge interest in CSU cyber security course

Wednesday 17 Jul 2013
More than 6 500 students from around the world are expected to begin a free cyber security course with CSU today.

CSU invites students to try IT doctorate for free

Thursday 11 Apr 2013
CSU is offering a free, five week long, online course to give prospective students a sense of what it would be like to undertake an IT doctorate.

Assume your pictures are public

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003

Don't use an internet connected device to take any photo you wouldn't want publicly seen says CSU IT security expert Dr Tanveer Zia.

Lonely people share more online

Wednesday 1 Jan 2003

Lonely people are more likely to disclose sensitive personal information on Facebook than those who feel connected according to new Charles Sturt University (CSU) research.

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