RISCS Management Team

Professor Madeline Carr

Professor Madeline Carr

Director

Professor Carr is the Director of the UK-wide Research Institute in Sociotechnical Cyber Security (RISCS) which looks at the human and organizational factors of cybersecurity. She is also the Director of the Digital Technologies Policy Lab which supports policy making to adapt to the pace of change in society’s integration of digital technologies. Her research focuses on the implications of emerging technology for national and global security, international order and global governance. 

Dr Tristan Caulfield

Dr Tristan Caulfield

Deputy Director

Dr Tristan Caulfield is Senior Research Fellow at the UCL Department of Computer Science, Information Security Group. His research focuses on using models to understand systems - their structure and behaviour. This includes, among others, sociotechnical systems. Tristan first joined RISCS on one of our initial projects, Productive Security, and has recently held another RISCS grant, Keeping the Internet of Things Secure. He is now the Deputy Director of RISCS, focusing on our industry engagement work.

Florence Greatrix

Florence Greatrix

Policy Adviser

Flo is a Policy Adviser based in UCL STEaPP’s Policy Impact Unit where she works on wide ranging science, technology and engineering policy areas. She is passionate in ensuring that policy is informed by high quality evidence. She works with RISCS to ensure its rich research findings inform policy and is the first point of contact for members of the policy community who are interested in RISCS research.

Flo has previous experience in policy roles at the Institute of Physics and the Royal Society of Chemistry, and holds an MSc in Oceanography and a BSc in Environmental Sciences.

Patryk Wloch

Patryk Wloch

Communications Officer

Patryk is a communications professional with experience in the higher education and research sectors. His work at RISCS focuses on making our research more accessible, increasing awareness of our achievements, and finding ways in which we can work better together internally. An economics graduate and current postgraduate student at UCL Computer Science, he is passionate about employing his interdisciplinary background to ensure what we do is well-recognised, and benefits our mission to its full potential.