I became interested in cybersecurity whilst studying for my undergraduate – mainly in political geography that I studied at Durham University, UK. When I graduated, I briefly worked for the technology consultancy Accenture as both an analyst and market maker in its products division. An exposed to a cybersecurity deal, alongside a short blog post by Stuart Elden, on his blog progressivegeographies.com, lead to me to seriously consider pursuing a PhD. I am now coming to the end of this, and wish to further explore the role of (cyber) security, its history and how it affects decision-making in determining who and what should be secured.
- School of Geography and the Environment (Detailed)
- Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security (Generic)
- TORCH (Life Itself) (Short)