The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), working in collaboration with the Research Institute in Sociotechnical Cyber Security (RISCS), is inviting proposals for researchers to become RISCS Fellows. These Fellows will play a leadership role in helping to shape RISCS research activities over the course of the next year. Our community

RISCS Research Themes

Posted by RISCS Admin on  28/01/2020

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Category: Blog, News, RISCS Projects
In 2019, we introduced four research ‘themes’ into RISCS. These provide structure and strategy to our work and have been drawn from those issues that we feel are most relevant to supporting the UK’s efforts in improving sociotechnical cyber security. The research themes allow us to build sub-teams of interested
Victims of defective products are not required to demonstrate the “fault” of a product manufacturer. It’s enough to demonstrate the existence of a defect in the product that causes harm. Under European laws, “a product is defective when it does not provide the safety which a person is entitled to
The Cyber Readiness for Boards project, which is jointly funded by the National Cyber Security Centre and the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, has launched to explore the factors shaping UK board decisions around cyber risk and develop interventions to provide guidance and support. https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/2019/mar/experts-support-global-companies-against-cyber-threats
In October 2016, UCL’s Information Services Division (ISD) implemented a new password policy to encourage users to choose stronger passwords. The policy links password lifetime (the time before the password expires) to password strength: The stronger the password, the longer the lifetime. We (Ingolf Becker, Simon Parkin and M. Angela