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Our people

Ryan Ko

Ryan Ko is Director at the New Zealand Institute for Security and Crime Science and Head of the Cyber Security Lab. At the University, he is a world-leading cyber security researcher in data provenance and data tracking, and teaches cyber security, cloud computing, and computing networks.

Joe Burton

Joe Burton is Senior Lecturer in the Political Science and Public Policy Programme. His research focuses on the intersection between cyber security and politics, particularly regional responses to transnational security challenges.

Samuel Charlton

Samuel Charlton is Chair of Psychology. His areas of expertise are experimental and cognitive psychology. His current projects are in the area of driver behaviour including driver attention, perception, and performance.

Devon Polaschek

Devon Polaschek is a forensic clinical psychologist and professor of psychology and of crime science. She is primarily interested in treatment and rehabilitation of high-risk violent offenders.

Students

Ryan Ko

Ryan Ko is Director at the New Zealand Institute for Security and Crime Science and Head of the Cyber Security Lab. At the University, he is a world-leading cyber security researcher in data provenance and data tracking, and teaches cyber security, cloud computing, and computing networks.

Joe Burton

Joe Burton is Senior Lecturer in the Political Science and Public Policy Programme. His research focuses on the intersection between cyber security and politics, particularly regional responses to transnational security challenges.

Alumni

Ryan Ko

Ryan Ko is Director at the New Zealand Institute for Security and Crime Science and Head of the Cyber Security Lab. At the University, he is a world-leading cyber security researcher in data provenance and data tracking, and teaches cyber security, cloud computing, and computing networks.

Joe Burton

Joe Burton is Senior Lecturer in the Political Science and Public Policy Programme. His research focuses on the intersection between cyber security and politics, particularly regional responses to transnational security challenges.