Oli Buckley is a Professor of Cyber Security at the University of East Anglia, where he leads the Cyber Security, Privacy and Trust Lab.
His research focuses on the human aspects of cyber security, behavioural biometrics, insider threat, and the impacts of new technologies on society. His recent projects include user identification and behavioural biometrics with keystroke dynamics, social justice in algorithmic decision making and the use of chatbots to improve trust and sensitive disclosures.
Prior to joining UEA Oli worked as a Lecturer in the Information Operations group at Cranfield University, a Researcher at the University of Oxford Cybersecurity Centre and as a software engineer in industry.
Key Research Interests and Expertise
Current research interests include cyber security, behavioural biometrics, digital identity, privacy, trust, data leakage, insider threat detection, and the application of machine learning and visualisation within cyber security. Oli has recently developed research on the gamification of cyber security concepts and the impacts of rapidly evolving AI technologies on security and privacy.