My primary research interests all concern issues relating to information security, an area of increasing importance with the infiltration of computer networks into almost all aspects of life and work. Within information security, although I am originally a specialist in cryptography.
High-level recent research interests are specified below. These are intended to be generally accessible. Those seeking more details are recommended to see my list of publications.
The general problems associated with management of cryptographic keys are one of my ongoing research interests. Some specific interests in this area include:
I am also interested in other aspects of applied cryptographic research. These include:
aspects of cyber security
I am working
closely with colleagues in the Geopolitics
and Security group at Royal Holloway on:
|Information for Masters students seeking project supervision: I am willing to discuss topics on almost any aspect of information security and have experience of supervising a wide variety of projects. To me it is more important that your project ideas are interesting, and that you are keen to pursue them, than that they match my personal research interests.|
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