About

I became interested in cybersecurity when studying geography at Durham University, primarily on political topics around data, states, and social theory. Afterwards, I briefly worked for the technology consultancy Accenture as both an analyst and ‘market maker,’ where I was further exposed to cybersecurity through my work there. However, a short blog post by Stuart Elden, on his blog progressivegeographies.com, lead to me to seriously consider pursuing a PhD, which led me to be at the University of Oxford. I am now nearing the end of this, and wish to develop my thoughts on computation and their relation to security today.

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