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Mr Andrew Dwyer

Mr Andrew Dwyer

Mr Andrew Dwyer

Research Associate

Area of research

Software Developers’ Everyday Practices: Exploring How Security ‘Works’

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Research summary

For my current project - "Software Developers’ Everyday Practices: Exploring How Security ‘Works’" - please visit the project webpage here

Andrew's interests in cybersecurity cut across (critical interpretations and approaches to) computer science, geography, and international relations. Primarily he has pursued this interest through (auto)ethnographic research ranging from malware analysis and detection and more recently to software development. 

For his DPhil (PhD) research, Andrew was based at the University of Oxford's School of Geography and the Environment developing a project on malicious software through the construct of "malware ecologies". This drew upon a range of concepts from ...

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Andrew Dwyer is a research associate looking at how software developers' everyday practices influence their approaches to (cyber)security in the University of Bristol's Cyber Security Group. Andrew is also a doctoral candidate in Cyber Security at the University of Oxford, where he studies and questions the role of malware – commonly known as computational viruses and worms -  through its analysis, detection, and translation into international politics and how this intersects with malware’s ecologies. In his recently submitted doctoral thesis, Malware Ecologies: A Politics of Cybersecurity, he argues for a re-evaluation of the role of computational actors in the production ...

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