Advisory Board Member

Prof. Mary Aiken speaking at the Dublin Web Summit 2015

On 1 October 2015, Professor Mary Aiken was appointed to the Advisory Board of The Hague Justice Portal and the Peace, Justice and Security Foundation - The Hague.

Mary Aiken is the Director of the CyberPsychology Research Centre. She is a Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Cyber Analytics at the Asia-Pacific Institute for Resilience and Sustainability (AIRS) anchored at Swansea University UK and Hawaii Pacific University.

Mary is the Academic Advisor (Psychology) to the European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) at Europol, and is one of the Principle Investigators on the EC3 AAN "Youth Pathways into Cyber Crime" project – a cutting edge research initiative investigating cyber juvenile delinquency. She is a Fellow at the IBM Network Science Research Center (NSRC), lecturer in Criminology and Research Fellow at the School of Law Middlesex University. She is a Fellow of the Society for Chartered IT Professionals.

Mary is also leading a multi centre international research project focusing on youth behavioural escalation and risk taking online, in conjunction with INTERPOL and a number of international police forces. She is involved in numerous Forensic CyberPsychology research areas including; organised cyber crime, virtual behavioural profiling, human trafficking & technology, cyberstalking, cyber resilience, cyber ethics, child welfare & rights in cyberspace, personal cyber security & safety, and human factors in cyber security. Mary is recognized as an expert at national and European level in policy debates at the intersection of technology and human behaviour.
 
The new CBS primetime show CSI:Cyber is inspired by the work of CyberPsychologist Mary Aiken.