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Biography

PhD student at Bournemouth University in the Faculty of Science and Technology.

My PhD is investigating the effect of group processes & social identities within online hacking communities, an interdisciplinary project combining social psychology and cybersecurity. The primary areas of investigation are group processes, group social identity and trust online.

Journal Articles

Chapters

Conferences

Posters

  • Thackray, 2016. Anonymous: Online group processes, social identity and cybersecurity. In: Bournemouth University 8th Annual Post Graduate Conference.

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Cyberpsychology

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Cyber Psychology

Internal Responsibilities

  • Website Admin Assistant, Research Centre for Behaviour Change

Conference Presentations

  • Realigning Cyber Security Education, Incorporating Psychology into Cyber Security Education: Key Areas and Pedagogical Approaches, 27 Nov 2017, Canberra
  • Symposium on Cyber Security, Motivations, group processes and decision making of hackers and hacktivists, 14 Nov 2017, Manchester
  • DefCon SE Village, Hackers gonna hack: But do they know why?, 27 Jul 2017, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
  • 22nd Annual CyberPsychology, CyberTherapy & Social Networking Conference (CYPSY22), Challenge accepted: Data Collection from hacking communities, 26 Jun 2017, Wolverhampton
  • British HCI Conference, Social Psychology: An under-used tool in Cybersecurity, 11 Jul 2016, Bournemouth University
  • 3rd INSPR Conference, Anonymous Online Hacking Collectives, 09 Jun 2016, University of Cambridge
  • Bournemouth University 8th Annual Post Graduate Conference, Anonymous: Online group processes, social identity and cybersecurity, 08 Mar 2016, Bournemouth

Qualifications

  • MSc in Contemporary Identities (University of Bristol, 2013)
  • BA (Hons) in Italian and Politics (Swansea University, 2012)
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