Finding The Hidden InfoSec Story

Graham McKay

Graham-McKay

Graham has over 15 years of information security experience and currently holds the position of Chief Information Security Officer at the University of Dundee. Graham has a strong interest in the human aspects of information security, and particularly the threats social media poses to information security and the opportunities social media can bring to incident response communications.

A blend of technical skills and business acumen with a deep knowledge of information law including privacy, data protection and information rights, Graham holds the certifications CISM, CRISC, MBCI and PCIP in addition to being a qualified accountant. He has recently graduated from Northumbria University with an LLM in Information Rights Law and Practice where he produced his dissertation on the application of data protection regulations in the cloud computing landscape including cross jurisdictional boundary challenges.

Why I Joined The Analogies Project

“The analogies project allows me as a security professional to share my knowledge amongst the widest possible audience.  I am aware that in the security profession we often speak in language that only our peers understand. Writing for a non technical audience enables me to improve my communication skills and convey messages to a whole new community.”

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