Mr Steven Clark
|Division/Portfolio:||Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment|
|School/Unit:||School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences|
|Campus:||Mawson Lakes Campus|
|Division/Portfolio:||Non Division / Portfolio.|
|School/Unit:||SA Institute of Business and Technology|
|Campus:||City East Campus|
|URL for Business Card:||http://people.unisa.edu.au/Steven.Clark|
I am a sessional academic in the School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, at Mawson Lakes, and for and completing a PhD in Business and Management.
My research interests centre around regulating technology; especially the 'balancing' of legal, technological, and socio-technical issues. My PhD research examines the 'balancing' of privacy and security in identification systems.
I have worked in numerous roles across the information technology sector; including systems administrator, software developer, database administrator, desktop support, and cat herder (aka programming team leader).
I came to realise that I am far better at breaking things, and at figuring out how they broke, than fixing them. I also like to talk, and to write, and thus, perhaps, a natural academic.
I have also spent time as a medical microbiologist, morgue attendant, crowd controller, dishwasher, lawyer, private tutor, door-to-door salesman, barman, and so on.
I have completed a Science degree (Microbiology & Genetics) with Honours (Molecular Biology and Biochemistry) and an Law degree with Honours. I have also undertaken postgraduate studies in Computer Science, and in Law, and in Education (secondary school teaching).
I am member of several professional associations (see below).
- Problem Solving, Analysis, and Design
- Information Systems, and Information Technologies
- Regulating Technology; Law and Technology
- Privacy, Security, Identification
- Social Aspects of Technologies
|INFT 1016||Information Technology Fundamentals|
|INFT 3025||ICT Project|
Australian Computer Society (ACS), Member Grade (MACS) and Certified Professional (CP)
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE):
Computer Society (CompSoc); Society on Social Implications of Technology (SSIT) (Australian Chapter); Communications Society (COMSOC); Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society (SMC)
Member of the Australian Computer Society [MACS], 2007
Certified Professional [CP], 2010
Barrister and Solicitor in the Supreme Court of South Australia, Admitted 11 February 2002
Commissioner for Taking Affidavits in the Supreme Court of South Australia, 2002
Honours Degree of Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice [LLB/LP(Hons)] Flinders, 2001
Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science [BSc(Hons)] Flinders, 1992
Ordinary Degree of Bachelor of Science [BSc] Flinders, 1991
- Regulating Technology
- Technologies and Identification
- Identity Management Systems;
- Databases; Biometrics;
- Location Technologies: including RFID, GPS, GIS
- Privacy and Security
- Design and Development of Information Systems
- Law and Technology
- Professional Ethics and Professional Practice
- Teaching and Learning for Technology Literacy
- Clark, Steven R. 'Balancing Privacy and Security in the Australian ePassport System' (2011) Deakin Law Review (forthcoming 2011)
APS Draft on SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1808356
- Clark, Steven R. 'Privacy and national identity cards: A legal and technical study', Australia and the New Technologies: Evidence Based Policy in Public Administration (The Third Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security), July 2008, 223.
- Clark, S & Jenkins, A. 'Paired Programming in a Clayton’s Capstone Project Course' in Spencer, S & Jenkins A, Proceedings of the 17th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (Australasian Association for Information Systems, 2006)
- Siegloff Clark, S. 'Prescribing Power and the Power to Prescribe: nurse practitioners in rural and remote Australia'  AltLJ 6; (2000) 25(1) Alternative Law Journal 29.
- Siegloff Clark, S. 'The Broadcasting Services and Online Services Act 1992 (Cth)' (1999) 3 Flinders Journal of Law Reform 299.
I am able to provide media comment in the following areas of expertise:
Discipline: Law and Technology
- Social Implications of Technology
- Regulating Technology
- Identification Technology
- Identification Systems
- RFID (Radio Frequency ID)
- NFC (Near Field Communications)
- Hackers and Hacking
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