I am the Online Tutor for the Global Landscape of Cybersecurity module.

I am a PhD candidate in Web Science at the University of Southampton and a doctoral fellow at the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right.

My research is interdisciplinary, combining criminology, history, and computer science to explore that ways in which extremists utilise technology for recruitment and radicalisation.

Although I specialise in countering terrorism and violent extremism, I also lecture in the areas of political and criminological theory, international relations, security studies, and cybercrime.

Since 2019, I have been a fellow at the Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right, a UK-based research centre and pedagogical outreach initiative focused on the study and countering of radical right extremism and intersecting phenomena (e.g. populism, gender, antisemitism, Islamophobia). 


Career highlights

  • Being awarded the National Security Wilf Knight Award for my research into Islamic State recruitment 
  • Helping inform the UK Government, military, UN and social media companies on how best to combat terrorism and violent extremism with my research into extremism and radicalisation

MSc Cybercrime

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