Research associate, UCL

John is Research Associate at the UCL Centre for Behaviour Change working on the Cyberhygiene project part of the PETRAS Internet of Things Research Hub. John is exploring end-user security behaviour in Internet of Things environments. His previous research has explored employees’ security behaviours, consumers’ use of e-health and the impact of employee engagement on organisational outputs.

John has many research interests that include the impact of technology on organisational behaviour in relation to privacy and security concerns. He is also interested in online behaviour, technology adoption and the role of the internet in decision making and behaviour change.

Experience

  • 2016–present
    Research Associate, UCL