My research is about understanding how security decisions and policies affect systems at all scales, using ideas from security economics, game theory, and systems modelling. By better understanding the behaviour of systems, the consequences of different decisions and policies can be evaluated, and lead to improved decision-making and security.
I teach the Philosophy, Politics, and Economics of Security and Privacy on the InfoSec MSc programme. The moodle page for students is here.
I am affiliated with the International Data-driven Research for Advanced Modeling and Analysis Lab.