SICSA Cyber Security Theme Leader
- 11 March 2019: Monifeith Chamber of Commerce: What do you do with a problem like Cyber Security?
- 17 January 2019: Graduate Women Scotland (East) Group
- Christmas Piece in The Courier
- 17 October 2018: Fulbright Cyber Security Panel, London Excellent Debate last night with Cameron Colquhoun and Jamie Collier.
- 20 September 2018: Stirling University. Title:
The Ethics of Nudging In Information Privacy & Security
Workshop on Applied Ethics of Nudging organised by Philip Ebert and Conny Wollbrandt
- 4 July 2018: Birmingham University. Title: A Software Engineer Ventures into Behavioural Economics Invited by Ganna Pogrebna
- 30 June 2018: Fulbright TedX, Story Telling Centre, Edinburgh
- 26 June 2018: Keynote, Conference on Public Sector Fraud, Edinburgh
- 14 June 2018: Debate (Why Does Everything Get Hacked?) with John Moor and Chris Merritt as Moderator CloudFlare Internet Summit, London
- 12 June 2018: Keynote, CyberSA Conference, Glasgow. Title: Getting REAL ... about the Reasons for Insecure Behaviours
- 25 May 2018: Talk to group at KIT, Karlsruhe
- 8 May 2018: Technical University Darmstadt, Darmstadt
- 24 April 2018: Glasgow Business Club, Ibrox, Glasgow
- 14 March, 2018: Inaugural Address at Abertay. Title: "Cyber Security: Blame is not the Name of the Game"
- August 2017: ISSA Conference, Johannesburg. Title: "Users Behave Insecurely.… Why Do they Do That?"
- 18th December 2017: Amberg University. Title: "Mythbusting Common Beliefs about Security Behaviours"
Building a Bridge between Humans and Cyber SecurityMy research focuses on human-centred security, a branch of Human Computer Interaction (HCI). I am interested in the interplay between users and security in the context of societal and industrial use. I want to work towards creating a natural easy yet secure interaction between humans and devices. My work has a strong development, experimental and deployment focus, testing solutions in practical situations. I have come up with a number of novel solutions to improve usability in a wide range of situations. I have also done fundamental work in understanding people's mental models of security in a variety of applications and contexts.
I have a wide range of other interests, including electronic voting, accessible technology, mobile phone design for elderly users, knowledge visualisation and the use of email in organisations.
- Professor of Cybersecurity, Division of Cybersecurity, Abertay University
- Professor Extraordinarius, University of South Africa
- Fulbright Cyber Security Scholar 2016/17. Blog about my Fulbright
- Associate Editor:
- IEEE Transactions on Comp Fraud & Security
- Information Technology and People
- Co-Editor with Stephen Flowerday, Special Issue on Human-Centred Security (JISA),
- Co-Editor of JISA Special Issue on Electronic Voting
- Co-Editor with Melanie Volkamer of Special Issue on Human and Privacy Aspects of IoT
- Columnist: Computer Fraud & Security
- Open Technology Fund Reviewer
- Commonwealth Alumni Mentor
- Royal Academy of Engineering Industrial Secondment Awardee RAE Secondment Report
- Association of Commonwealth Universities PhD Scholarship Awardee
- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (RSA) Undergraduate Scholarship Awardee
BJET Paper: The Role of Knowledge Visualisation in Supporting Postgraduate Dissertation Assessment
Regulating Children's Access to Adult Content
Fulbright Scholars 2016/17
University Press ReleaseFulbright Website
Emailing Birds (BBC Report)
By Karen Renaud and Stephen Flowerday
September 10, 2018
|Wonderful memories from Starkville, MS|
McCool Hall, MSU
Visited Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology on a wonderfully warm summer day.
TIFS Editor Meeting in New Orleans, March 2017
USEC 2017 in San Diego (26 February 2017)
Photo by Gareth Renaud
Visited Isabella Venter and Renette Blignaut UWC, September 2014
Visited Judy van Biljon UNISA, February 2014
Visited Rossouw von Solms and Johan van Niekerk NMMU, March 2014
T U Darmstadt
University of South Africa
Mississippi State University
Amberg and Weiden University
Fort Hare University
University of Glasgow
Marine Corps University
University of Bedfordshire
Università di Catania
Kings College London