Computer security has been among the Laboratory’s research interests for many years, along with related topics such as cryptology, formal methods, hardware design, biometrics, and the robustness of distributed systems in general.
We hold meetings, seminars and workshops, which are described in more detail in subsequent pages. Attendance is not restricted to members of the Computer Laboratory; we welcome visitors from other universities, companies, and other organisations.
Much of our best research has been inspired by tackling real problems, and our funding comes from a wide range of sources; we collaborate with commerce and industry both in the UK and overseas. We are always happy to discuss potential projects, commercial sponsorship and consultancy assignments.
- Financial Cryptography 2015
- Launch of security economics MOOC
- Technology assisted deception detection (HICSS symposium)
- Commercialising academic research
- To freeze or not to freeze
- Systemization of Pluggable Transports for Censorship Resistance
- Our Christmas message for troublemakers: how to do anonymity in the real world
- Curfew tags – the gory details
- On the measurement of banking fraud
- Why password managers (sometimes) fail