Researcher biography

Research into TCP, PKI architectures, and email security.

Peter Clutterbuck teaches in the areas of Internet security and infrastructure. He was awarded his PhD (Theoretical Computing Science) in December 2005 from the Queensland University of Technology. His PhD research focused on the measurement and management of the availability of distributed software services. This research spanned the areas of IT security architectures and IT networking protocols. Peter’s current research direction is within the area IT security auditing. Peter has held positions within the public and private sectors in personnel, project, and technology management capacities. Ongoing consultancy activities include applications programming and secure network configuration.