Madeline Carr – RISCS Director
Dr Madeline Carr is Associate Professor of International Relations and Cyber Security and the course leader for STEaPP’s MPA in Digital Technologies and Public Policy to commence in September 2018.
Dr Carr also runs a number of research projects. She is the Co-Investigator of the Standards, Policy and Governance stream of the £10M PETRAS research hub on the cyber security of the Internet of Things. Dr Carr is the Principal Investigator on a project looking at International cooperation on the IoT cyber security of critical infrastructure. She is also the Principal Investigator of the £500K ECSEPA project which explores how UK cyber security policy makers evaluate evidence in short term incident response and long term planning scenarios.
Lizzie Coles-Kemp – RISCS Deputy Director
Lizzie is a qualitative researcher who uses creative engagement methods to explore everyday practices of information production, protection, circulation, curation and consumption within and between communities. She took up a full-time academic post in 2008 and prior to joining Royal Holloway University of London she worked for 18 years as an information security practitioner. Lizzie’s focus is the intersection between perceptions and narratives of individual and community security and technological security. Her research specialises in public and community service design and consumption. Lizzie is currently an EPSRC research fellow with a research programme in everyday security and digital service design.
Helen L – Technical Director, Sociotechnical Security Group, NCSC
Helen has a degree in Physics and, having worked at Dstl, the Ministry of Defence and The Insolvency Service, joined GCHQ nearly ten years ago. She has worked in the research space of GCHQ & the NCSC during that time, initially focusing on the material properties of semiconductors before moving on to lead the Engineering Processes & Assurance team. Helen is now the Technical Director of the Sociotechnical Security Group in the NCSC.
Geraint Price – Chair of the Practitioners Panel
Geraint obtained his B.Sc. in Computer Science from Royal Holloway University of London in 1994 and his Ph.D. from University of Cambridge in 1999. His Ph.D. dissertation analysed the interaction between Computer Security and Fault Tolerance. From 1999 to 2001, he was a Research Associate within the University of Cambridge, working on projects related to Denial of Service attacks in networks. In November 2001, he joined the Information Security Group (ISG) as a Research Assistant to work on a project funded by PricewaterhouseCoopers on the future of Public Key Infrastructures. From late 2002 to mid 2004 he worked on a research project funded by the PKI Club at Royal Holloway. In Sept 2004 Geraint was appointed as Lecturer in Information Security. Geraint has a strong interest in the practice of information security and leads the ISG’s external engagement activities with business and government. Geraint is a regular attendee, panellist and speaker at a number of industrial fora, including I-4 and the ISF.