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...

Remote Working and Cyber Security – Literature Review

While various research strands have started exploring the impact of remote working on employees’ mental health and productivity, there is little insight on how approaches to cyber risk and resilience have been impacted through the shift. Our research objectives focus...

Cyber Insurance and Risk Management: Challenges and Opportunities

UCL gates in March 2020 A new playground for underwriters? Corporate boards the world over are scrambling to address the unique challenges of the COVID-19 global pandemic – particularly the impact of social distancing. In addition to the obvious problems this causes...

Talking about Security with Professional Developers

Abstract This paper describes materials developed to engage professional developers in discussions about security. First, the work is framed in the context of ethnographic studies of software development, highlighting how the method is used to explore and investigate...

An Anatomy of Security Conversations in Stack Overflow

Abstract As software-intensive digital systems become an integral part of modern life, ensuring that these systems are developed to satisfy security and privacy requirements is an increasingly important societal concern. This paper examines how secure coding practice...

Captchat: A Messaging Tool to Frustrate Ubiquitous Surveillance

Paul Dunphy, Johannes Schöning, James Nicholson, Patrick Olivier Abstract There is currently a widespread uncertainty regarding the ability of citizens to control privacy online in the face of ubiquitous surveillance. This is a huge and complex societal problem....