We'll be presenting our (Scarlet's, @lindicator, @ginasue & me) poster & paper at #CHI2021 tomorrow: tl'dr we used feminist methods to reconfigure threat modelling & learned a lot about what makes people (un)safe online https://dl.acm.org/doi/10.1145/3411763.34517313
Dear world, I am handing over this account to my colleague David Hobbs: I am off to a new job elsewhere in the University of Oxford. This account will keep doing what it's always done, just under new management.
Cyber Security Lecturer @UniversityManch:
Bridging research (e.g. https://www.cs.manchester.ac.uk/research/expertise/systems-and-software-security/)
and teaching (https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/courses/list/08343/msc-acs-computer-security/course-details/#course-profile)
Engage across discipline boundaries, incl. business stakeholders, national agencies and government departments.
What are you reading this week? For our #paperoftheweek @barneyc is recommending 'Cyber security in the age of COVID-19: A timeline and analysis of cyber-crime and cyber-attacks during the pandemic'
So, you know about how we all complain about how there is no respected career path for academics who want to specialise in teaching?
@CityUniLondon are trying to do something about this and have a teaching career track.
Now recruiting **6** staff: