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Research interests

My research work is focused on two key areas. Cyber security and behavioural change and operations. My cyber-security research investigates security communications specifically focusing on how security specialists within the organisation align security processes with business goals and multiple roles, and how central security communications are framed and purposed for distribution internally. My behavioural change work considers mobile culture and our interactions with mobile devices in the workplace and particularly the role this plays in decision-making.

Willing to supervise PhD

I am interested in hearing from potential PhD students who are keen to pursue work in the areas of cyber security and behavioural operations using empirical studies and qualitative research methods.

Education / Academic qualification

Management Research, Master of Social Science, University of Oxford

1 Sep 200831 Aug 2009

Management, Bachelor of Social Science, University of Warwick

1 Sep 200531 Aug 2008

External positions

Research Associate, University of Cambridge

1 Apr 201331 Aug 2015

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Research Output 2011 2016

Open the door, Homer’: Social enterprise openness, performance and R&D

Haugh, H., Robson, P. & Thirlaway, K. 2016

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