Cyber Security centre at the University of Kent
The Interdisciplinary Research Centre in Cyber Security at the University of Kent was established on 4 July 2012. The university was recognised as an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research by EPSRC and GCHQ from July 2015.
The centre harnesses expertise across the University to address current and potential cyber security challenges. Its strategic objective is to promote wide-ranging multidisciplinary research, and to teach and develop skills in cyber security to its students and the wider community, through degree programmes, workshops, visits, lectures and training.
Included in its remit is to work with external organisations to promote cyber security, so if you are interested please contact the director.
Recent news and publicity
- Nov 2016: Dr. Richard Guest leads new EU Marie Curie network on the use of mobile devices to deliver biometric solutions.
- Oct 2016: Julio Hernandez-Castro interviewed on BBC South East on rail ticket forgery.
- Sep 2016: Third Kent Cyber Security Survey: News article, full report.
- Jul 2016: Computing students in CERN security 'whitehat hacking' test
- May 2016: New MSc Cyber Security gets GCHQ approval.