Richard is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Computer Science, specialising in systems security. His primary research area is physical-layer security in cyber-physical systems and wireless communication; with work on drone detection, malicious network detection and securing electric-vehicle charging. He was previously a software development consultant in the finance industry. He was a co-founder of Oxford’s Competitive Computer Security Society; promoting practical cybersecurity skills through team-based hacking competitions.
Coordinator of Cyber Security Oxford and Project Manager for the Lloyd’s Register Foundation Foresight Review on Operational Cyber Security for the Industrial Internet of Things. Katherine has a background in project management, risk management and compliance: she is an expert in translating cutting-edge cyber security research into real-world administrative and operational environments. In addition to work at Oxford, she is Vice President of a medium-sized HVAC wholesaler in the USA and a freelance cyber security analyst.
Alastair is currently a Research Associate with the Department of Computer Science and a lecturer at St Catherine's College, Oxford. His DPhil research in cybersecurity focused on modelling network security through attack graphs, and he now looks at modelling and estimation of cyber risk for organisations. Alastair was a co-founder and president of Oxford's Competitive Computer Security Society and ran events, helping participants from a broad range of backgrounds and skillsets get hands-on experience with technical concepts in security.