Bristol Cyber Security Group
The University of Bristol Cyber Security Group is part of the Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR) at Bristol. The group’s research focuses on three over-arching but interlinked strands: security of cyber-physical infrastructures, software security and human behaviours.
The Group participates in several major initiatives, including leading projects as part of the Research Institute on Science of Cyber Security (RISCS) and the Research Institute on Trustworthy Cyber-Physical Systems (RITICS), co-leading the Security and Safety stream within the UK Research Hub on Cyber Security of Internet of Things and leading the programme of work on developing a Cyber Security Body of Knowledge (CyBOK).
New Postdoc position:
- Research Associate/ Senior Research Associate: Large-scale Data Mining of Cyber Criminal Behaviours [Join us]
New PhD opportunities:
- Towards Reproducible Intrusion Detection Research
- Dynamically Adaptive Cyber Security for Infrastructure Systems
- Towards Interpretable and Actionable Provenance-based Intrusion Reports [Join us]
Artificial Intelligence could help to foil online dating scams [View article]
EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security launched at University of Bristol [CDT website]
Robert Larson talks about online social engineering and how phishing attacks are becoming more sophisticated. [View the interview on the UoB Engineering blog]
Interviewed as part of 'Bristol Faces', Awais Rashid, Professor of Cyber Security at University of Bristol's School of Computer Science, talks about his work. [View the interview on Facebook]