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Postdoctoral Research Assistant Vacancies: CySeCa Project

Posted on 14/09/2012

Applicants are invited for two Research Assistants in the Information Security Group at Royal Holloway as part of the Cyber Security Cartographies (CySeCa) project. The goal of the project is to develop both organisational and technical security cartographies that help information security managers to make effective information security management decisions.

The CySeCa project is part of the Research Institute in the Science of Cyber Security which is a joint initiative between EPSRC and GCHQ. The ultimate objective of the Institute is to improve Cyber Security across the public and private sectors in response to UK government strategy.

There are two positions available:

Postdoctoral Research Assistant (CySeCa - Technical) - The focus of this post is to mine network and host behaviour and create suitable visualisation models for it to enable easy-to-manage policy enforcements. The job advert for this position can be found on www.jobs.ac.uk. For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Dr Lorenzo Cavallaro. Closing date: Midnight, 24th October 2012.

Postdoctoral Research Assistant (CySeCa - Art & Design) - The focus of this post is to research the social networks and other networks of influence that are implemented and used by information security managers to respond to cyber security risks. As part of this research, visualisations will be used to research and express the findings. The job advert for this position can be found on www.jobs.ac.uk. For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Dr Lizzie Coles-Kemp. Closing date: Midnight, 7th October 2012.



   
 
 
 

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