Cyber Security & Resilience

Newcastle Cyber Security & Resilence is recognised as a UK Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR).

Our guiding vision is Protecting Society's Fabric, that is, pursuing research that is meaningful for the protection of the manifold systems that support society. The ACE-CSR features core research in traditional cyber security areas, such as, cryptography, distributed systems security, or cyber-physical systems, but also research in risk management, privacy and human factors.

Seminars for the New UK-SPS Update

Past and Future Seminar Links

Launch of UK Security and Privacy Seminar Series (UK-SPS)

Nineteen UK Universities have launched a weekly seminar program on security, privacy and allies topics.

Invitation to the UK Online Cyber Security PhD Network

An Invitation to Register on the UK wide network for PhD Students researching within Cyber Security

International Cyber Security announce its 2nd Capture the Flag

Country-to-Country (C2C) Capture the Flag (CTF) competition 2021

RISCS Showcase 2021 - 18 March 2021

RISCS held a live online showcase meeting

CyBoK Showcase - 2 March 2021

A virtual event of the University of Bristol to showcase Cyber Security Body of Knowledge (CyBOK) version 1.0 - Registration is now open

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Research

Newcastle Cyber Security & Resilience has hosted and is hosting a range of future-looking research projects including two ERC grants, one on self-enforcing e-voting (SEEV) and one on confidentiality preserving security assurance (CASCAde). It is part of national research institutes and hubs, such as the UK Research Institute in Sociotechnical Cyber Security (RISCS) and PETRAS, a national centre of excellence for IoT cyber security.

Have a look at the overview of featured research projects.

Cyber Security & Resilience Teaching

Research-Led Teaching

Newcaste Cyber Security & Resilience is home to dedicated research-led teaching for cyber security & resilience topics, including the purpose-designed: