Reconfigure: Feminist Action Research in Cybersecurity Report Launch
About this video
For the Reconfigure: Feminist Action Research in Cybersecurity Report launch, authors Julia Slupska, Scarlet Dawson Duckworth, and Professor Gina Neff, are joined by Folami Prehaye, Activist & Founder of Victims of Image Crime.
Through “participatory threat modelling”, an emerging method which invited ordinary people to define cybersecurity threats, we draw attention to common barriers with engaging with cybersecurity, the role of gender, race and sexuality in shaping this engagement, and the benefits of communal approaches to cybersecurity.
About the Speakers
Professor of Technology & Society
Professor Neff is a sociologist who studies innovation, the digital transformation of industries, and how new technologies impact work. She has studied digital change in the media, health care, and construction industries.
Julia Slupska is a doctoral student at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cybersecurity and the Oxford Internet Institute. Julia previously graduated from the LSE and the OII.
Scarlet is interested in the role that online spheres play in shaping identity, particularly personal and national identities. She holds a BA in Politics, Philosophy and Economics.
Activist & Founder of Victims of Image Crime
Folami Prehaye is an activist, motivational speaker and the founder of Victims of Image Crime (VOIC), which is a peer support group that provides long term emotional support to those who have experienced Image Based Sexual Abuse (IBSA).