Chatham House research on cyber security looks at both the strategic and legal implications as well as its intersection with other issues, such as the internet of things.
Projects also examine cyber security law and governance and the balance between surveillance and privacy, notably through the Global Commission on Internet Governance.
The following list shows an alternative ranking, where the citations are normalized by the age of each paper.
As with any ranking, the presented results do not necessarily reflect the true impact of a paper.
The ranking is automatically created based on citations of papers published at top security conferences.
In particular, the ranking is based on the four tier-1 conferences (see the System Security Circus) The citations for each paper are determined by crawling the DBLP service and Google Scholar.
He has advised or co-advised over 30 Ph D dissertations to completion.
Cyber security research papers are on today's technology and how the possibility of security breeches are ever present.
He has published over one hundred peer-reviewed papers.
He is the director of IIE, after serving as the deputy director of IIE, the deputy director of the High Technology Research and Development Bureau of CAS.