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Lizzie Coles-Kemp

Lizzie Coles-Kemp is a qualitative researcher, interested in the everyday practices of information production, circulation, curation and consumption within a broad range of communities. She is a Senior Lecturer and leads Possible Futures Lab within the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway University of London. Her main focus is the interaction between people and security and privacy technologies, how each influences the other and the communities of practice that emerge. As part of this focus, she also explores topics such as identity and technology use, gender and information management and information control as a means of power.

Border Sessions 2014 - Thu, 13 Nov 2014

Methods and tools to analyse and visualise cyber security risks in dynamic organisations.
The TREsPASS project develops methods and tools to analyse and visualise cyber security risks in dynamic organisations, as well as possible countermeasures. Building "attack navigators" to identify which attack opportunities are possible and most pressing, and which countermeasures are most effective. To this end, the project combines knowledge from technical sciences (how vulnerable protocols and software are), social sciences (how likely people are to succumb to social engineering), and state-of-the-art industry processes and tools. In the panel at Border Sessions, Michael Osborne, Lizzie Coles-Kemp and Jeroen Barendse will outline the key project innovations and demonstrate visualisation results.