I am currently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Western Australia, Australia. Prior, I worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand from 2016 to 2018, where I also received my PhD degree in Apr 2015.
18/MAR/2023 - Our paper titled "On the effectiveness of perturbations in generating evasive malware variants" has been accepted for publication at IEEE ACCESS!
9/MAR/2023 - I will be attending ICSE 2023 in Melbourne to present our workshop paper titled "Evaluating Moving Target Defenses against Realistic Attack Scenarios". See you in Melbourne!
My research is in cybersecurity. This includes (but are not limited to):
Security modelling and analysis of emerging computers and networks (cloud, IoT, SDN, CPS etc.)
Adaptive and intelligent security solutions (MTD, Deep Learning, Big Data etc.)
Humans in Cybersecurity (Cyber-human interactions and systems, cyber-aided human missions etc.)
List of my publications can be found here, or have a look at my research profiles →
Join the Team
I am looking for motivated students (Honours, Masters, and PhD) and visiting scholars. If you are interested (not limited to the above research interests), please read "Prospective Students" section and follow the instruction clearly. If you are looking for your research topic, take a look at the Research page for some ideas. If you are on campus, you can come and talk to me at my office located at the Computer Science building room 1.10 (map).
Click this >>Link<< to view the details for PhD scholarships.
In 2022, I will be teaching CITS1003 - Introduction to Cybersecurity in semester 1 and CITS3006 - Penetration Testing in semester 2. My full teaching history can be found here.
Security and other related conferences and journals still valid for submissions:
SKKU seclab also provides an up-to-date list of security conferences and journals >>here<<.
Dr. Jin Hong
Dept. of Computer Science and Software Engineering
The University of Western Australia
P: + 61 8 6488 2796
E: jin.hong [at] uwa.edu.au
W: UWA profile
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