LINCS PhD success in prestigious Cyber Security competition
Rebekah Corbett (first left) from the Law School is pictured here with the others in a team of first year LINCS (Leverhulme Interdisciplinary Network on Cybersecurity and Society)
Rebekah Corbett (first left) from the Law School is pictured here with the others in a team of first year LINCS (Leverhulme Interdisciplinary Network on Cybersecurity and Society) doctoral scholars who were awarded first runner-up at the prestigious Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge competition on 11-12 February in London.
Rebekah is a PhD student in the School of Law within the interdisciplinary LINCS programme where her work is supervised by Professor John Morison in Law and Dr Sandra Scott-Haward from EEECS. The successful LINCS team also included Ciara McHugh, Claire Bevan, Olly Donnelly from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen’s, (pictured here with Dr Philip O’Kane, lecturer from Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) was their coach).
As part of their prize, the team will take part in a two day visit to the Cyber Defence Alliance offices in London.
LINCS at Queen’s University Belfast was established in 2015 with funding from the Leverhulme Trust and the Department for the Economy. It builds on the existing interdisciplinary work between the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) in the School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EEECS) and the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice.
LINCS opens up new avenues of enquiry, allowing researchers to develop new collaborations and offer truly interdisciplinary support to its Leverhulme Doctoral Scholars.
To apply for LINCS, please visit: http://www.qub.ac.uk/Research/GRI/mitchell-institute/Research/LINCS/