Jacqueline Hartnett

School of Computing, University of Tasmania
Australia

Jacqueline Hartnett has a B.A. (Hons) in Geography from Exeter University in the UK and a MComp from the University of Tasmania. After graduating, she worked with computing department of the Royal Dutch Shell group and IBM both in Australia and the UK. She has taught computer security courses in the University of Tasmania since 1993. Her current research interests are the use of authentication and access control as a means of maintaining privacy and confidentiality of personally identified data and the development of intrusion detection techniques for groups of collaborating network gateways.

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