Alastair Nisbet

Lecturer

Phone: 64 9 921-9999 ext 5879

Email: anisbet@aut.ac.nz

Qualifications:

  • 2002 BSc (Computer Science) Massey University
  • 2002 BBS (Information Systems) Massey University
  • 2003 BSc Honours (Information Systems) Massey University
  • 2011 PhD Science (Computer Science) Massey University
  • 2012 GradDip Business (Business Law) Massey University
  • 2014 MEdL AUT
  • 2016 Master of Laws (LLM) AUT

Publications:

Gupta, K., Nisbet, A. (2017). MEMORY FORENSIC DATA RECOVERY UTISING RAM COOLING METHODS. 14th Australian Information Security Management Conference, 5th-6th December 2016, Perth, Australia.

Lennox-Steele., A, Nisbet, A (2017). A FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF SEVERAL MODILE DEVICE FARADAY BAGS & MATERIALS TO TEST THEIR EFFECTIVENESS. 14th Australian Information Security Management Conference, 5th-6th December 2016, Perth, Australia.

Nisbet, A. Kim, M. (2017). AN ANALYSIS OF CHOSEN ALARM CODE PIN NUMBERS & THEIR WEAKNESS AGAINST A MODIFIED BRUTE FORCE ATTACK. 14th Australian Security Management Conference, 5th-6th December 2016, Perth, Australia.

Win, D., Hall, S., & Nisbet, A. (2017). ACCELERATING NTRUEncrypt FOR IN-BROWSER CRYPTOGRAPHY UTILISING GRAPHICS PROCESSING UNITS AND WEBGL. 14th Australian Security Management Conference, 5th-6th December 2016, Perth, Australia.

Aljohani, M., Nisbet, A. (2017). A SURVEY OF SOCIAL MEDIA USERS PRIVACY SETTINGS & INFORMATION DISCLOSURE. 14th Australian Security Management Conference, 5th-6th December 2016, Perth, Australia.

Nisbet, A. (2016). A Comparison Study of Wireless Network Security in several Australasian Cities & Suburbs. In 21st Australasian Conference on Information Security and Privacy (ACISP 2016) (pp. 115-127). Melbourne, Australia.

Nisbet, A. (2015). The challenges in implementing security in spontaneous ad hoc networks. In The Proceedings of 13th Australian Information Security Management Conference (pp. 111-118). Security Research Institute:

Nisbet, A., Meur, D., & Chong, F. (2014). The Growing Importance and Reliance on International Students in New Zealand Universities: A Looming Crisis. In The Joint Australian Association for Research in Education and New Zealand Association for Research in Education Conference. Brisbane, Australia.

Nisbet, A. (2013). A Simulation-based Study of Server Location Selection Rules in MANETs Utilising Threshold Cryptography. In 11th Australian Information Security Management Conference. Perth, Australia.

Nisbet, A. (2013). A 2013 Study of Wireless Network Security in New Zealand: Are We There Yet? In 11th Australian Information Security Management Conference. Perth, Australia.

Nisbet, A. (2013). Security Analysis and Forensic Investigation of Home & Commercial Alarm Systems in New Zealand: Current Research Finding. In 11th Australian Digital Forensics Conference. Perth, Australia.

Nisbet, A., Lawrence, S., & Ruff, M. (2013). A Forensic Analysis and Comparison of Solid State Drive Data Retention with Trim Enabled file Systems. In 11th Australian Digital Forensics Conference. Perth, Australia.

Nisbet, A., & Cusack, B. (2012). Secure Key Deployment and Exchange Protocol for MANET information management. In C. Valli (Ed.), Proceedings of the 10th Australian Digital Forensics Conference. Perth, Australia.

Nisbet, A.J. A Tale of Four Cities: Wireless Security & Growth in New Zealand. International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC 2012). Maui, Hawaii, January 30th-February 2nd 2012.

Nisbet, A.J, Rashid M.A, Alam, F. The Quest for Optimum Server Location Selection in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Utilising Threshold Cryptography. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on International Technology: New Generations. Las Vegas, USA, April 12-14 2010.

Nisbet, A.J. Rashid M.A., A Scalable & Tunable Encryption Key Management System for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. Proceedings of the International Conference of Wireless Networks (ICWN) Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, July 13-16 2009.

Nisbet, A.J. An Improved Encryption Key Management System for IEEE 802.16 Mesh Mode Security Using Simulation. Proceedings of the Fifth New Zealand Computer Science Research Student Conference, Waikato University, Hamilton, 2007.