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Adaptive Cybersecurity Risk Management: A Knowledge Management Perspective
Dr. Alexeis Garcia-Perez (Director of Studies)
Dr Esin Yoruk (Supervisor)
Mark Sallos is currently a Ph.D. student in Cybersecurity Management and a contributor to the MBA in Cybersecurity Management. He has previously worked as an Assistant Lecturer at the School of Strategy and Leadership, where he was responsible for content delivery and development on a variety of modules, including Quantitative Management, Supply Chain Management, Business Process Integration and ERP Simulations.
The expansion in scale, scope and importance of information systems and infrastructure, coupled with increasingly active threat actors generate unprecedented pressures on individuals, organisations, and industries. Defence strategies are often reliant on an ability to acquire, interpret, and employ relevant information in order to anticipate malicious intent and capabilities. My research explores the role played by Knowledge Management Systems in addressing uncertainty and enabling adaptive decision making within Information Security Risk Management.
MBA, PgCert, BA (Hons)
English, Romanian, French
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