Jason’s experience of RISCS ECR away day…

Jason’s experience of RISCS ECR away day… RISCS held an away day for early career researchers (ECRs) in March 2022. Participants were nominated by our community to bring us together after two years of working remotely. The event aimed to provide a platform...

New edition of the RISCS Project Catalogue

We are pleased to announce the release of the updated June 2022 version of the RISCS Project Catalogue! The RISCS project catalogue is intended to be a succinct summary of all previous RISCS-funded and affiliated projects tailored for a policy audience. We hope it...

A Day in the Life of a Sociotechnical Researcher in the NCSC…

A Day in the Life of a Sociotechnical Researcher in the NCSC… by Lee C4 Lee C4 is a researcher in the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) working in the Sociotechnical Security Group (StSG). He is the NCSC theme lead for Digital Responsibility and co-theme...

Call for Presentations: EU Conference on Social Networks (EUSN 2022)

Call for Presentations: EU Conference on Social Networks (EUSN 2022) The 6th European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN 2022) Organised Session 16: Social Cybersecurity: Convergence of Social Network Analysis in Cyber Srinidhi Vasudevan, University of GreenwichAnna...

EU Cyber Policy Workshop Report

Future directions in EU cyber security: implications for UK policy and strategy RISCS held an online policy workshop on 13th January 2022 with 30 participants from Government and academia as part of the our International Dimensions theme led by Fellow Dr Tim Stevens....

2021 Annual Report Launch!

2021 Annual Report Launch! We are pleased to announce the launch of our Annual Report for 2021! The report covers RISCS activity over the last year, highlighting  some of the exciting developments across our themes in sociotechnical cybersecurity research. This work...

RISCS Prize Competition Results Announcement!

We are delighted to announce the results of the RISCS Prize Competition, set up by Fellow Dr. Anna Cartwright for the Quantification and Cyber Risk Theme. First Place The winners of the competition were Steven Kemp, David Buil-Gil, Fernando Miro Linares and Nicholas...

RISCS Cybercrime Theme – Policy Workshop Report

Improving the UK’s Resilience to Ransomware RISCS held an online policy workshop on 2nd December 2021 with 33 participants from Government, academia, and the wider community as part of the RISCS Cybercrime theme led by Dr Maria Bada. The aim of this workshop was...

We’re Hiring: Research Assistant on our Cybercrime Theme

Job Description We are recruiting a UK based research assistant to work 160 hours in support of the RISCS Fellowship on the theme of Cybercrime. The successful candidate will work with RISCS Fellow Dr. Maria Bada to deliver on writing up the findings and results of...

Call to Action: RISCS Prize Competition Entrants

Thursday 20th January 2022 Call to Action for all PhD students and early career researchers looking to enter the RISCS Prize Competition: Optimizing the use of UK Government survey data on cyber security first advertised back in August 2021. We request that...

RISCS Anticipation and Futures Literacy – Policy Workshop Report

RISCS held an online policy workshop on 14th July 2021 with 20 participants from Government, academia, and the wider community as part of the RISCS Anticipation theme led by Fellow Professor Genevieve Liveley. The aim of this session was to generate ideas for the...
New publication: Remote Working and (In)Security

New publication: Remote Working and (In)Security

We are pleased to release a new RISCS briefing exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cyber security of organisations, created as part of the RISCS Fellowship in Leadership and Culture. Remote Working and (In)SecurityDownload Already in March 2020, it was...