Cyber Warfare | Dr Nickson M. Karie
In the face of cyber threats, how do nations & organisations safeguard personal data & secure the digital systems we rely on? In this episode, host David Karsten is joined by Dr Nickson Karie, a cybersecurity and forensics expert to discuss the looming threat of cyberattacks, the potential impacts of cyberwarfare on a nation, and what we can all do to keep our information safe in cyberspace.
What is cyberwarfare? [00:57]
The future of cyber-defence and AI [06:23]
The likelihood of a catastrophic cyberattack [09:20]
What inspires Dr Karie [20:20]
Curtin Institute for Data Science (Formerly Curtin Centre for Computation)
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Dr Nickson M Karie
Dr Karie is an accomplished cybersecurity and forensics professional with more than ten years of academic teaching and research. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in Cybersecurity and Forensics at Curtin University.
Dr Karie uses his cybersecurity and forensics skills and knowledge to contribute to the technological advances happening in different industries. He believes that security is not only a fundamental part of our daily life but also key to the future of our global
Dr Karie graduated from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 2016 with a PhD in Computer Science. His research interests are in cloud forensics, critical infrastructure security, cybersecurity, digital forensics, incident handling and intrusion detection,
IoT forensics, and mobile forensics.
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