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The quality of evidence

In their talk at the June 2017 RISCS community meeting, Thomas Gross and Kovila Coopamootoo (both Newcastle), discussed the results of a small grant project on evidence-based methods in cyber security. RISCS was founded to pursue an evidence-based approach, but the question of the extent to which the community employs Read more…

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Debi Ashenden: Found in translation

Debi Ashenden attributes her career move into cyber security to a misunderstanding at a job interview. At the time, she was looking for somewhere to finish the dissertation for her master’s degree in computer science while simultaneously getting some practical credibility, which she felt was lacking from a CV that Read more…

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Madeline Carr: It’s about power

At first glance, it’s hard to relate the work of Madeline Carr (UCL) work to cyber security. She talks about policy-making and power relations, not passwords and phishing attacks. But bear with her. She is bringing into RISCS a discipline that hasn’t been represented before: international relations. The cyber attacks Read more…