Our research is multi-disciplinary and puts the person at the heart of security decisions. We work across a wide variety of sectors to help businesses, other organisations and individuals to gain an understanding of cyber threats, how to counter them, embed cyber security practices and establish a cyber security culture to help support and protect the UK economy.
Our work focusses on communicating across cultures, countering terrorism, logging decision expertise, and building techniques for effective detection and resolution of suspicious behaviour.
We have established Security Futures as a think tank within Security Lancaster in order to develop and identify the problem space facing large and small organisations from across multiple sectors. By using an interdisciplinary group of researchers we can help identify the future issues that develop at the interface between society, government and technology in a rapidly changing world.
Our violence and society researchers work together with our partners to enhance solutions to interpersonal violence probing empirical, practical and theoretical links between violence and security through research, training and evaluations that put the victims of violence at the centre of solution focused work.
Our research includes x-ray screening of cargo and vehicless, sensing and data fusion, analysis of flight and video data, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Security Lancaster delivers research and education that innovates and creatively challenges the way that individuals, organisations and societies secure and protect themselves. We achieve this
via engagement and collaboration with companies from a range of sectors and governments. Our approach delivers the very best use-inspired and pure research alongside cutting edge education that delivers real impact.