“Threat intelligence, machine learning and improved sensor telemetry will change the way organisations respond to malicious actors.”
Zubair Baig is a Senior Lecturer in Cyber Security at the School of Information Technology, Deakin University. He is the Co-Director of the Security and Privacy in IoT Research Lab, and Theme Leader, Cyber Security for the IoT and Critical Infrastructures (Strategic Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation). He has authored over 85 journal, conference articles and book chapters, as well as 5 white papers. He is also an inventor of 2 Cyber Security Technologies patented by the USPTO. He is currently serving as the editor of 3 international journals, the IET Wireless Sensor Systems Journal, the PSU – A Review Journal, Emerald Publishing House, and the Journal of Information and Telecommunication, Taylor and Francis.
Zubair has served on numerous technical program committees of international conferences and has delivered numerous keynotes on cyber security. His research interests are in the areas of cyber security, artificial intelligence, critical infrastructures, and the Internet of Things. He has a broad skillset for conducting risk assessments for the IoT, critical infrastructures and sensor networks.
CSRI Division Leader for IoT/CPS and Critical Infrastructure Security.