Our core research clusters are at the heart of the Centre for Digital Trust and Society.
Our projects investigate trust and security issues in digital contexts, supported by a wide range of stakeholders in government, industry, and civil society.
Research is funded primarily via Principal Investigators in the Centre through external grants and internal strategic investments.
Research projects across our clusters allow novel cross-disciplinary perspectives on digital trust and cybersecurity.
We encourage collaborations across and beyond clusters through annual seedcorn funding to pump-prime innovative and timely projects.
Focuses on analysing and understanding criminal activity across the digital spectrum.
Developing tools, policies and practices to safeguard data and communication.
Researching institutional security, insider threats, supply chain security and psychology of crime.
Researching the threats that digital technologies and AI pose to trust and security in democratic systems.