Louise is a Research Associate in the Cybersecurity Analytics Group at the University of Oxford. Her research interests include network-security monitoring and intrusion-detection approaches, cyber risk and insurance, security and privacy of distributed ledger technologies, human-computer interaction (particularly in security environments such as SOCs), and cybersecurity capacity building.
Arianna Schuler Scott
Arianna is a DPhil student working in the Cyber Analytics Group under Professor Sadie Creese, supervised by Professor Michael Goldsmith. Based in Computer Science at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security, Arianna's work on dynamic consent and data protection compliance is co-supervised by Dr Helena Webb, whose focus lies with Human Centred Interaction in the Department of Computer Science, and Dr Harriet Teare, who is Deputy Director of the Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technology.
Arianna's work focuses specifically on how to inform consent choices by developing an approach that combines technical controls with user engagement to allow individuals to have more control over the data they share, and to outline good practice for those who collect, store, use and share that information. This research is generously funded by the EPSRC.
Marcel is a DPhil student in cybersecurity and part of Oxford's Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security. He is supervised by Prof. Michael Goldsmith and Prof. Lucas Kello (DPIR). In his interdisciplinary research, he analyses the aspect of neutrality of states, infrastructures and companies in cyberspace.
He is a member of the Cybersecurity Analytics research group in the Department of Computer Science and a Research Affiliate of the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs (CTGA) at the Department of Politics and International Relations.
Marcel’s background lies in Computer Science, in which he holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the University of Bern (Switzerland). He also studied Musicology as a minor degree during his studies in Bern.