healthcare cybersecurity Cybersecurity and healthcare: how safe are we?

Rising cybersecurity threats to healthcare require policy makers to tackle fragmented governance, to develop and implement security standards, and to help organisations to improve their resilience, say Chris Hankin and colleagues

After the Deluge: Data Analytics and Privacy After the Deluge: Data Analytics and Privacy

The Institute Director and Programme Manager provide a thoughtful overview of big data privacy, weighing pros and cons as people give up more of their personal identities to cyberspace.

Social networks and social change  

Social networks and social change

The Institute Director and Programme Manager discuss the trade-off in the use of social media for social and political change against concerns over privacy and the use of networks for illegal activity.

   Learning From Nature: Bio-Inspired Sensing For Security  

Learning From Nature: Bio-Inspired Sensing For Security

Natural systems have developed specifically to detect the sort of entities that are of interest in chemical and biological defence.  It is possible to conceive of a complete bio-inspired security system which is likely to be radically different from more conventional approaches.

  Cyber security, building automation, and the intelligent building Cyber security, building automation, and the intelligent building

A Cyber Security article by Professor David Fisk, Professor of Systems Engineering & Innovation, Imperial College.