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Biography

Duncan is a Lecturer in Computer Science and Security in the Department of Computing & Informatics at Bournemouth University. Previous research completed in his PhD was specifically focused towards Security Risk Assessment in Systems of Systems (SoS), whilst integrating the use of tool-support with CAIRIS. Duncan’s work has appeared in leading security and system engineering venues such as Computers & Security and the IEEE SoSE, in addition to ESPRE 2017 and ESPRE 2018. Duncan has also served as a student volunteer at British HCI 2016, RE 2017, RE 2018, and RE 2019, and since 2019 has been part of the organising committee for the ESPRE (Evolving Security & Privacy Requirements Engineering) Workshop held at the annual RE conference.

Research

Previous and current research therefore incorporates a number of research areas of interest. These include but are not limited to: Security, Risk, Human Factors, Privacy, Trust, Cyberpsychology, Interoperability, Usability, Socio-Technical Systems, System of Systems Engineering (SoSE), and Requirements Engineering (RE). Research also considers how using existing state of art tool-support such as CAIRIS can assist with the elicitation and modelling of such systems, aiding security risk assessment of SoS.

Journal Articles

Conferences

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Cyberpsychology (Current)
  • Cyber Situational Awareness (and Human Factors) - Guest Lecturer

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Cyber Situational Awareness (and Human Factors) - Guest Lecturer
  • Cyber Security Management
  • Data Management
  • Security by Design
  • Cyberpsychology (Current)
  • Software Systems Modelling (Current)

External Responsibilities

External Media and Press

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