The Centre for Internet Safety is hosted within the Faculty of Business, Government & Law at the University of Canberra.  The University of Canberra is Australia's capital university and focuses on preparing students for a successful and rewarding career.


Alastair MacGibbon

Alastair MacGibbon is an internationally-respected authority on cybercrime, including Internet fraud, consumer victimisation and a range of Internet security and safety issues.  He is managing partner of Surete Group, a consultancy dealing with improved customer retention for Internet-facing companies by increasing trust and reducing negative user experiences.  Prior to this for almost 5 years Alastair headed Trust & Safety at eBay Australia and later eBay Asia Pacific.  He was a Federal Agent with the Australian Federal Police for 15 years, his final assignment as the founding Director of the Australian High Tech Crime Centre.

LinkedIn profile.

Twitter: @MacGibbon

Telephone: +61407360764


Nigel Phair

Nigel Phair is an influential analyst on the intersection of technology, crime and society.  Adjunct Professor Phair has published two acclaimed books on the international impact of cybercrime, is a regular media commentator and provides executive advice on cybersecurity issues.  In a 21 year career with the Australian Federal Police he achieved the rank of Detective Superintendent and headed up investigations at the Australian High Tech Crime Centre for four years.

LinkedIn profile.

Twitter: @nphair

Telephone: +61408437056