professor of cyber security, oxford university
The evolution of cyber attacks
Cyber security for corporations, governments and citizens
Predicting cyber risk
Privacy in the era of big data
The impact of cyber threats on the way we live, do business and govern ourselves
Professor Sadie Creese is one of the world's leading experts on cyber security, and the implications for businesses, governments and citizens.
She is Professor of Cyber Security at Oxford University, and Director of the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre at the Oxford Martin School, where she is also co-Director of the Institute for the Future of Computing. Prior to this, she was Director of e-Security at the University of Warwick’s International Digital Laboratory.
Sadie has served as an advisor in numerous public-policy roles, including for the British Government and at the World Economic Forum.
Before entering academia in 2007, Sadie was Director of QinetiQ's Strategic Programmes in their Trusted Information Management Division.
Sony, TalkTalk, Equifax, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Estonia, Wannacry...whereas once cyber security seemed the stuff of science fiction, it now regularly hits the headlines. In an increasingly interconnected and complex world, it is emerging as one of the most important issues of our day, throwing up fundamental questions about how we should do business, govern ourselves and behave as citizens.
Through her decades of experience and research, Sadie provides cutting-edge insights in this rapidly evolving field:
what are the major vulnerabilities in our current systems?
what are the risks for business?
how can policy-makers contain potential threats?
what are the implications for personal privacy?
how will it affect the way nation states interact?