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Education and training

World-leading degrees in cyber security; NEW year in industry option + £10,000 government loans

Education and Training

Research

Multi-disciplinary research into diverse areas of cyber security

Research

External engagement

Close links with industry and government

External engagement

Centre for Doctoral Training

Royal Holloway is an EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security.

Centre for Doctoral Training

News

Professor Kenny Paterson appointed as Editor in Chief for the IACR's Journal of Cryptology

Professor Kenny Paterson appointed as Editor in Chief for the IACR's Journal of Cryptology

Description
January 1st 2017 marked the start of Professor Kenny Paterson's tenure as Editor in Chief of the IACR's Journal of Cryptology. The Journal of Cryptography, published by Springer Verlag, is the premier publication in the field and is the official journal of the International Association for Cryptologic Research. It has been published regularly four times per year since 1988 and its Editorial Board is truly international representing the worldwide reach of the IACR that boasts an international membership in excess of 1000 across all major continents.
Date:
19/01/2017
Visualisation of Security via Gameplay

Visualisation of Security via Gameplay

Description
Security games are powerful tools for visualising complex security problems and engaging multidisciplinary teams to solve them. Professor Keith Mayes recently commissioned two short films to display the use of games to look at information security and cyber security issues.
Date:
18/01/2017

Events

ISG talks

ISG talks

Date
16/05/2017
Description
Upcoming ISG external talk

 

 
 
 

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