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LUCID wins at CRITIS 2019

PhD student collecting certificate for award at conference

LUCID wins young CRITIS Award for best paper

At the end of September a group of students from the LUCID lab won the Critical Information Inffrastructures Security (CRITIS) Award for the best paper by someone under the age of 35. The paper was authored by three LUCID members (Zack Ellerby, Josie McCulloch and Christian Wagner), together with a student from Horizon CDT (Melanie Wilson). The paper was presented at the 14th CRITIS 2019 conference which was help in Linkopink Sweden. Titled ‘Exploring how Component Factors and their Uncertainty Affect Judgements of Risk in Cyber-Security’ it is available to view here: http://arxiv.org/abs/1910.00703

Posted on Wednesday 15th January 2020

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