My work is broadly underpinned by the application of Systems theory and thinking in various technology-driven problem domains, with the bulk of it extending to Cybersecurity and Digital forensics. I am interested in methodologies, techniques and tools for assessing security of computing technology, developing an understanding of emerging threats as well as extracting lessons for the design of secure systems. My work also explores human and technical aspects of the analysis of digital evidence and its challenges in a national and international context.
Further to Cybersecurity, I am interested in the emerging area of Smart Cities and the application of ...
I am a Senior Lecturer in Systems Engineering with a background in computer security and software development. I work with the Cryptography Group and the Systems Centre and I am involved in doctoral supervision with the engineering doctorate (EngD) in Systems, as well as with teaching across our Computer Science MSc and the undergraduate programmes of Engineering Design and Civil Engineering.
In the past I worked as a programmer, consultant and auditor and have kept close ties with industry after becoming an academic, providing on occasion expert witness advice, continuing professional development courses etc. My work has been focused on ...
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