My main areas of expertise are in research-based consultancy, particular in the areas of digital policy, cyber-security and data analysis. Web design services complement these to give your organisation the best chance of success with your customers.
RESEARCH & POLICY
I have a range of experience in a number of technical, consultancy and research positions and am always looking for new ways to solve complex and interesting problems.
Sept 2018 – Present
Working with a range of clients to solve complex technical problems and implement software-based solutions.
November 2018 – Present
Conducting research into the impact of privacy and security on the evolving digital society by developing new ways to model online security. I am developing methods and tools that support risk-based analysis in order to identify effective cyber controls on corporate IT infrastructure.
Part-Qualified Patent Attorney
Sept 2015 – July 2018
Drafting and prosecuting patent applications for a range of clients located in the UK, Europe and worldwide. My specialist areas of work include:
- computer architecture and security
- telecommunications and audio/video standards
- image and signal processing, and medical devices
I also developed bespoke in-house software solutions, was active within D Young’s trainee recruitment process, and wrote a number of legal and commercial articles for external publication.
Jan 2015 – July 2015
Joined the founding team to develop the business model, improve the technology and raise fundsfor growth. Trackstack eventually evolved into a collaborative playlist add-on for Spotify users.
June 2014 – Sept 2014
Architected and developed a wireless intrusion detection system for client-site deployment and a server-side analytics portal.
June 2013 – Sept 2013
Designed and implemented a web-based mobile device management system.
I went to school on the Isle of Wight before moving to Southampton to study Electronic Engineering. I took some time out in 2017 to study Intellectual Property law before returning to the University of Southampton in 2018 to begin a part-time PhD alongside my work.
In addition to my main employment and freelance work, I contribute to the life of the community in a number of other areas.
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