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IEEE UK and Ireland Cyber Security Group | Call for Committee Members

The IEEE UK & Ireland Cyber Security chapter would be pleased to receive volunteer applications for committee members (1-2 hours a week) for the following roles:

  • Secretary – a key role responsible for responding to enquiries, maintaining minutes and records of section activities, coordinating and announcing the calendar of events.
  • Cyberpsychology/human behaviour lead – An expert to provide insight into human concerns, impact and role in cyber security, helping to organise events with relevant experts from the social sciences.
  • Defence and national concerns lead – Experienced liaison with defence and government related industries or civil service to identify cyber security trends in national security and the duty of government.
  • Law, ethics and policy lead – An expert in matters of law, regulation and policy, the role will provide an overview of impending concerns for both industry and government in an ever changing cyber security landscape.
  • Wireless and IoT lead – An expert in cyber security threats that surround mobile technologies and the rise in IoT deployments, including industrial and consumer applications.
  • Cryptography lead – An expert in current and future cryptographic technologies and issues such cryptanalysis, post-quantum cryptography, quantum cryptography, homomorphic techniques, etc.

The Cyber Security chapter provides a multidisciplinary environment for sharing the latest trends and knowledge across industry, government and academia. Members are a diverse set of experts, bringing together insights into the technological, psychological and economic challenges faced in information security. For more information, visit the chapter webpage.

Please send your CV with details of the role you’d like to apply for to the group chair: