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Dr Muhammad Ikram is a lecturer in Cybersecurity at Department of Computing, Macquarie University. He is a member of Information Security and Privacy (ISP) group at Macquarie University and a visiting scientist at Data61, CSIRO. Before joining Macquarie University, he was a joint postdoctoral research fellow at University of Michigan and Macquarie University. He completed his PhD in Electrical Engineering and Telecommunication from UNSW, Sydney. 

Ikram's current research interests are focused on data-driven analysis of privacy and security issues in mobile and Web applications. He has been thinking and working to build techniques leveraging machine-learning algorithms to fight against security and privacy issues and fraud detection targeting online services.

Web: https://imikr4m.github.io

Education/Academic qualification

Electrical Engineering and Telecommunication, PhD, The University of New South Wales

1 Sep 201416 May 2018

Award Date: 16 May 2018

External positions

Research Scientist, Networks Research Group Data61

1 Sep 2019 → …

Postdoc Researcher, University of Michigan

1 Jul 201831 Aug 2019


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