Craig Pearce is a senior security advisor of software development at a major Australian bank. He has previously worked as an enterprise IT security designer and penetration tester in banking and transport. In addition to his full time role, Craig is a sessional lecturer at RMIT University and a CompTIA Security+ exam contributor. Craig has a wife and two young children who give him a great life away from security and computers.
- Cosmos – upcoming edition (Aug/Sep). Content is a short interview/summary of me as an RMIT graduate practising in the sciences
- Linux Journal (print mag) – article title: Parental Controls in Linux – how to supervise your kids!. Status: accepted for publication and in queue for an upcoming issue
- Linux Conf AU: 2004, 2010
- IEEE (Sensor Networks)
- Various RMIT events
Publications & Proceedings
 Craig Pearce, Peter Bertok, Ron Van Schyndel. Protecting Consumer Data in Composite Web Services. In Proceedings of the 20th IFIP International Information Security Conference (IFIP/SEC 2005), pp 19-34. Springer Verlag. Chiba, Japan. May 2005.
 Craig Pearce, Vincent Yin-Man Ma, Peter Bertok. A Secure Communication Protocol for Ad-Hoc Wireless Sensor Networks. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing. Melbourne, Australia. Dec 2004.
 Craig Pearce, Peter Bertok, Charles Thevathayan. A Protocol for Secrecy and Authentication within Proxy-Based SPKI/SDSI Mobile Networks. In Proceedings of the AusCERT Asia Pacific Information Technology Security Conference. Gold Coast, Australia. May 2004