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Dr Allison Wylde

Dr Allison Wylde

Business Tutor

Cardiff Business School

Overview

Dr Allison Wylde FRGS FHEA IEEE PhD (London) MA DIC (Imperial) BSc Hons.

  • Lecturing and teaching with Cardiff University Business School 

    • MBA Dissertation supervision
    • BST190 Innovation Management
    • BS3746 Service Marketing
    • BST710 Understanding Organizations and the Business Environment
    • MSc MBA Live project supervisor
  • PI: United Nations, Internet Governance Forum, Best Practice Forum, Cyber Security Norms:
    Work Package 2, Testing norms concepts against internet events: SolarWinds SREC approved
  • Reseach Associate with the Airbus Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Analytics at Cardiff University
  • Member of the Cyber Security Centre at WMG, Warwick University

Biography

Allison worked in automotive and motorsports for 10 years.

As Managing Director, with Docklands Sport and Leisure Limited, she managed and promoted events product launches and training schools, she won contracts with KTM Sportmotorcycles, Yamaha Motors (UK) and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles.

As Director of Newham Docklands Motorcycle Project Charity Allison established the charity and set up the executive board of volunteers. She secured more than £2.4million GBP, and provided training and accreditation for more than 5,000 young people.

Dr Wylde also teaches and supervises students at the Cyber Security Centre in Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) at Warwick University and supervises DBA students (with UWS) in the area of trust, leadership and trust in e-governance relations.

Honours and awards

In 2012 Dr Wylde was awarded Lord Imbert prize for contributions to security

Professional memberships

  • Fellow, Royal Geographical Society
  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • Member IEEE
  • Member, British Standards Institute (Cabinet Office) Technical Committee, Societal Security Management SSM/01
  • Member, International Commission, ASIS International Commission on Standards and Guidelines
  • Member, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)

Teaching

Lecturing and teaching

  • MBA Projects and Dissertation supervision
  • BST190 Innovation Management
  • BS3746 Service Marketing
  • BST710 Understanding Organizations and the Business Environment

PARC Award, 2019, news
Very pleased to have supervised Ms Akshita Rangnekar winner of the 2019, DSV-Panalpina:
PARC Award for the best dissertation business project between DSV-Panalpina and the Logistics
and Operations Management section of Cardiff Business School.

The PARC Award is offered to graduates who have demonstrated strategic and innovative thinking throughout their business projects- Akshita’s project focused on identifying opportunities related to the introduction of 5G with a focus on the field of installations services.

Link
https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/parc-institute-manufacturing-logistics-inventory/about-us/panalpina-award

Research interests 

  • Cyber security decision making and cyber threat intellegence
  • Trust, zero trust, risk and vulnerability
  • Norms, ethics, standards and governance in cyber security

Contributions

  • PI: United Nations, Internet Governance Forum, Best Practice Forum, (UN IGF BPF) Cyber Security Norms:
    Work Package 2, Testing norms concepts against internet events: SolarWinds SREC approved
  • Technical committee member, BSI Societal Security SSM0: security standards, guidelines and governance, 
  • Member, the UK Cyber Security Council, work stream 7, code of ethics for the cyber security profession
  • UK Government, Office of Science and Technology, COVID-19, expert consultation

Recent publications 

Wylde, A. (2021). Zero trust: Never trust, always verify. 7th Annual C-MRIC Cyber Security Conference on Cyber Situational Awareness, Data Analytics and Assessment (C-MRIC, CyberSA), online, 2021, 14-16 June.

Salisbury, L., and Wylde, A. (2020). Grey areas: what if asking your cyber security team “are we good?” is just not good enough? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/grey-areas-what-asking-your-cyber-security-team-we-good-salisbury/?trackingId=HWYaotjLRyi98PIhEfG04A%3D%3D

Salisbury, L., and Wylde, A. (2020). Butterfly collections: what if collecting indicators of compromise (IoCs) won’t protect you from cyber-attacks? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/butterfly-collections-what-collecting-indicators-iocs-salisbury/

Wylde, A. (2020). Reconsidering Resilience, in, The Digital Age, Cyber Space, and Social Media, edited by Syed M. Khasru. Institute for Policy, Advocacy and Governance, IPAG. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kAoob3VoLYKAPURClPrYEIjLmqtKgmzR/view 

Publications in the pipeline includes papers on cyber security, trust and vulnerability, developed from peer-review conference presentations at the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS)

Recent funding

Recent funded project, independent audit of user-experience (UX) of an application (App) for resilient communities (West End, London) with London First