Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security at Royal Holloway

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Organisation: Royal Holloway, University of London
Tags: CDT, Royal Holloway University of London
Related theme: Global uncertainties

Royal Holloway’s Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security was established in 2013, with funding from the EPSRC and BIS, and has as its main objective to produce cohorts of highly-trained researchers with a broad understanding of cyber security. The CDT is hosted by the Information Security Group, one of the largest and most established cyber security research groups in the world. Projects undertaken by students will be driven by problems faced by businesses and government. Among the range of topics they will investigate are the design and analysis of cryptographic algorithms and protocols, the design of security services for embedded systems, telecommunications networks and critical infrastructure, the detection and analysis of malware, and the study of economics, psychology and sociology in the context of cyber security.