Throughout the University of Waikato we're working on Security and Safety. Read the stories that have emerged as a result.
Our researchers are looking into everything from human behaviour in cyberspace to driverless cars on New Zealand roads.
Throughout the University of Waikato, these are the minds that contribute to our Security and Safety work every day.
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Dr Brenda Midson examines one of New Zealand’s most notorious sexual misconduct cases.
Dr Anna Marie Brennan looks at whether Elon Musk could rule a new world.
A University of Waikato researcher is proposing new ‘degrees of murder’ to help make the criminal justice system fairer for both victims and offenders.
New research by University of Waikato academics reveals what people value most when using encryption.
Mitchell Grout is the fourth in his family to come to Waikato University and he's just been awarded a substantial masters scholarship.
Locks and traditional alarms can’t keep cyber-criminals out, but a Waikato researcher has developed an app that can raise the alarm if your home network is breached.
Experts from around the country and the world have gathered at University of Waikato to examine technologies that will challenge the very core of the country’s defence and security systems.
Dr Reuben Steff is looking at how Artificial Intelligence is going to have immense implications for New Zealand’s national security.
Dr Dan Weijers is looking at how to deal with the public rejection of new potentially life-saving technologies.
University of Waikato’s Dr Anna Marie Brennan is looking at whether animals on the front-line are weapons, or if they should be given the respect of something more sentient.
Based on an ongoing project, University of Waikato researchers contend that building backdoors into encryption should not be pursued in law or policy.
From Northern California to New Zealand, Dr Justin Kurland is taking on new challenges in conservation crime.