I am interested in critical readings of cybersecurity; and particularly at the intersection between security studies and geographical approaches to its study. I am currently developing work on machine learning in cybersecurity and the implications for our notions of decision in security. This has primarily emerged from my doctoral work at the University of Oxford that I am now continuing, based on malware as an exemplar of choice in computation.
My work as a research associate (postdoc) at the University of Bristol’s Cyber Security Group continues on my interest in societal understandings of security – through exploring how software developers ‘work with’ security. I hope to be able to further develop at the intersection between critical security studies, geography, and international relations as a way to think differently about cybersecurity.
Please find below some current and older links of various profiles at different institutions:
- University of Bristol Cyber Security Group (Detailed)
- Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, University of Oxford (Detailed)