Summary

I am a Senior Lecturer in Cybersecurity in the Institute of Criminal Justice Systems. I am the course leader for the BSc Hons Criminology and Cybercrime degree.

Biography

I graduated from the University of London in 1986, with a BSc (Hons) degree in Chemistry. I completed an MSc in Applied Computing in 2002 at the University of Portsmouth. I am currently studying for a Professional Doctorate in Systems Risk Management.
 
I started working at the university in 2014 after over 20 years as a secondary teacher. My initial role was to deliver initial teacher training to computer science trainee teachers. I also work in the School of Computing, teaching programming. In 2019 I moved to the Institute of Criminal Justice Systems. I am now the course leader for the Criminology and Cybercrime degree. This combines my interests and experiences in computing, education and cybersecurity.

Research Interests

My research currently focusses on cybersecurity pedagogy and theory.

Teaching Responsibilities

I am the course leader for the BSc Hons Criminology and Cybercrime degree.

I teach the following undergraduate courses:

  • Introduction to Programming
  • Introduction to Digital Forensic Investigations
  • Cyberspace, Subcultures and Online Deviance
  • Essential Skills for Criminologists
  • Criminal Justice

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