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Dr Jill Slay

Associate Research Professor, Director Forensic Computing Lab, Defence and Systems Institute, University of South Australia


BSc Engineering, PG Dipl in Further Education and Training, PG Dipl in Applied Computing, PhD (Curtin University of Technology)
Associate Research Professor, Director Forensic Computing Lab, Defence and Systems Institute, University of South Australia
Also: Associate Professor, Homeland Security, Defence and Systems Institute, University of South Australia
Formerly: irector Enterprise Security Management Lab, School of Computer and Information Science, University of South Australia
Areas: Forensic Computing, Information Assurance and Critical Infrastructure Protection with industry, State and Federal Government partners in Australia
Research: Cross disciplinary issues in computer science, science education and anothropology. Forensic computer science, IT security, critical infrastructure protection and cyber terrorism
Publications: Slay, J. & Koronios, A 2005, IT Security and Risk Management. John Wiley, Brisbane. Turnbull, B, Slay, J & Pavlic, T 2008, ‘Evidence Collection Using Google Desktop Search’ in Advances in Digital Forensics. Springer, Boston, USA. Simon, M & Slay, J 2007, ‘Forensic Computing Training, Certification, and Accreditation: An Australian Overview, in Fulcher, L., Dodge, R., (Eds) IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, Volume 237, Fifth World Conference on Information Security Education, Springer, Boston, pp. 1-8. Slay, J & Miller 2007, ‘The Maroochy Water SCADA Breach: Implications of Lessons Learned for Research’, in Advances in Critical Infrastructure Protection. Springer, Boston, USA, pp. 73-82. Slay, J 2007, ‘Naturalistic Inquiry in Cross-Cultural research: a Narrative Turn’ in Taylor, P.C. & Wallace, J. (Eds.) . Contemporary qualitative research: Exemplars for science and mathematics educators. Springer, Boston, pp. 90-101. Taylor, J, Slay, J & Kurzel, F 2007, ‘Learning Object Applications & Future Directions’ in A. Koohang & K. Harman (Eds.) Learning Objects: Applications, Implications, & Future Directions ISBN 83-922337-8-6 , Informing Science Press, pp. 35-61

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