20th January 2021
The spotlight today is on Duncan Greaves – TOGAF certified enterprise architect, CISSP Security Practitioner, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert in Business Intelligence, Tutor in Cybersecurity and Computer Science at CU Scarborough, and a SPRITE+ member.
18th January 2021
On 14 December 2020, the Digital Technologies, Power and Control Challenge Working Group held a meeting with over 25 stakeholders interested in identifying challenges and good practice around working with marginalised communities.
14th December 2020
Read the first blog by the Digital Technologies, Power & Control Working Group. In this blog Dr Vitor Jesus discusses the meaning of cyber security.
9th December 2020
The spotlight today is on Bernd Stahl – Professor of Critical Research in Technology, Director of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility at De Montfort University, and a SPRITE+ Expert Fellow.
18th November 2020
The spotlight today is on Shamal Faily – Principal Lecturer in Systems Security Engineering, co-coordinator of the Bournemouth University Cyber Security Research group (BUCSR), RISCS Fellow in Secure Development Practices, and a SPRITE+ Expert Fellow.
13th November 2020
SPRITE+ celebrates its first year of operation! Find out more about some of the milestones and achievements that the network has reached thus far.
27th October 2020
Learn more about Emma Boakes' research investigating security convergence within organisations. Emma is a final year PhD Student (CREST funded) at the University of Portsmouth.
21st October 2020
The spotlight today is on Judith Aldridge – Professor and Head of Criminology at the University of Manchester, and a SPRITE+ member.
20th October 2020
We are seeking new Fellows to join a diverse group of experts, each bringing creative thinking to SPRITE+ activities, and together providing a broad and challenging range of viewpoints on TIPS in digital contexts.
20th October 2020
Join our virtual showcase to learn about our Challenge Working Groups and Project Teams. As well as opportunities for discussion and networking, we will host a virtual poster session. This event will provide a platform for academics and stakeholders from government, law enforcement and business to discuss recent research findings, follow on activities and impact generation.