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Take-home messages from the Digital Enlightenment 2019 Conference

The leitmotif of the conference was Fixing the Democracy. Among the suggested
methods, the most discussed was Citizens’ Assemblies – two speakers (Cato Leonard
and Clodagh Harris) shared their positive experience…

Article by David S. Wall – Just Published in The Conversation

Published 27th August – Either click on to link below or see this in our publications section:


CRITiCaL Quarterly Meeting – Durham University July 2019

Our July Quarterly was hosted at Durham University with a nearly full compliment of our team which has again proved how our collaboration is getting stronger.

Thank you to Noura…

CRITiCaL Quarterly Meeting – Leeds 2nd May 2019

A busy and packed meeting was held at Leeds with some of the criteria headings being discussed as below:

Mapping out the conceptual underpinnings of the changing Cybercrime threat

Understanding Cybercrime…

Future Dates for Quarterly Meetings and Locations


22nd Oct – Newcastle  University


28th January 2020 –  location TBC

More dates to be added soon.

Latest Events – Pam Briggs – RISCS Invited Speaker

Pam Briggs was invited by members of the National Cyber Security Centre to speak on Behaviour change interventions around cyber insurance at the RISCS (Research Institute in the Science…

e-Crime & Artificial Intelligence Forum July 2018 – Dr Subhajit Basu

Subhajit Basu, Associate Professor, Cyber Law, University of Leeds was invited to be a Keynote Speaker at the  International Conference where 700 people, including Ministers, attended.


Subhajit’s presentation ” ‘Mallet…

CRITICaL Quarterly Meeting

On the 6th of February, the CRITiCaL data sciences and social sciences teams came together at Newcastle University to present the ongoing research initiatives and discuss future collaborations.