Bernadette is a consultant at Digital Professionalism, an experienced clinical tutor, public health nurse and midwife.
She has a deep understanding of emerging communication technologies and the potential implications of new functionality for personal privacy, information governance and professionalism.
Bernadette initiated Digital Professionalism teaching at King’s College London Medical School in 2012 and authored an e-learning module which is now in its 4th edition (2017).
She's written on the subject of Digital Professionalism for a range of media, including the Huffington Post, The Guardian, The Telegraph, British Medical Journal and the Faculty Dental Journal. As a consultant, she works with a broad range of UK, European organisations and universities involved in research, training, regulation and employment.
Kieren is head of TalTech CERT at Tallinn University of Technology.
Kieren is a cyber security specialist, who specialises in incident response (CSIRT/CERT) and real time cyber security simulations and live gathering exercises.
Prior to starting at Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech), Kieren was the head of the computer emergency response team (CERT) at the University of Cambridge. He was also the chief information security officer and a battlewatch captain for Standing NATO maritime Group One, with the Royal Norwegian Navy on operations in the Gulf of Aden, mitigating the pirate threat.
Alex is IT manager at Runshaw College.
Alex is a hands-on agile IT leader, self-professed geek and "Alfisti" from the North West. He has over fifteen years IT experience stretching across development, infrastructure and IT service management. His current role involves leading Runshaw College’s IT services and facilities teams, including the service desk, IT systems team and IT infrastructure team.
Garry is the deputy chief information security officer for The University of Edinburgh.
He is a certified information systems security professional and ITIL Expert. He regularly presents to both staff and students on computer security including sessions on ransomware, mobile security and cyber in the movies. In a previous role, he was responsible for Microsoft Windows server infrastructure and Active Directory.
Abigail is a PhD researcher in cyber security at the University of Huddersfield.
The core element of Abigail’s PhD centres around studying the perceived values and consequences of data privacy in digital systems, particularly focusing on individuals who are perceived as vulnerable. Abigail’s research is particularly important as public citizens and businesses are paying more attention to the legalities of personal data, heightened through the introduction of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As well as undertaking her PhD research, Abigail is a frequent blogger on cyber security and personal data.