Trustworthy ICT Research for the IT Security Industry. A collaboration of IT Security Associations. Supporting the competitiveness of the European IT Security market and defining the research agenda.
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B.Sc. Ph.D. (London) received his BSc (Hons) in Pure Mathematics in 1975 from the University of London, and his PhD degree in Mathematics (also from the University of London) in 1980. He then worked at the National Physical Laboratory for five years specialising firstly in compiler validation, then in cryptography and digital signatures. He ended his stay at the Laboratory holding the rank of Senior Scientific Officer. His next appointment was as a full-time lecturer in the Computer Science Department of Royal Holloway, his main area of interest being cryptography. Between 1999 and 2001 Chez worked as a consultant at Baltimore Technologies (a company that works exclusively in the area of Information Security). His main areas of interest at Baltimore were risk analysis and security management. Chez has performed numerous security reviews for large Government departments and industrial institutions throughout Europe and the States. He was a principal author of Baltimore's own risk analysis method. He is editor of the Elsevier Information Security Technical Report. For an extended period Chez was on secondment to the Information Security Group as the Baltimore Teaching Fellow. He is also a member of the BCS ISEB Information Security Management Certificate Board. Chez became a permanent member of the group in 2001.
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Research Intitute: Royal Holloway, University of London