Kath Garnett is a Principal Teaching Fellow in Cyber Security. She has extensive experience leading both undergraduate and postgraduate in digital forensics, computer security and cyber security, with a particular emphasis on meeting technical and strategic requirements for law enforcement and government agencies.
With a background encompassing roles in the NHS, pharmaceutical, power and instrumentation control industries, Kath is a keen advocate of inter-disciplinary solutions. Her academic work has variously covered both technical (assembly language, data communications and network protocols) and psychological (group dynamics, social network analysis, situational awareness and sensemaking) domains. Project responsibilities have ranged through strategic network requirements planning for a major international airport to operational management for intelligence led operations.
Current responsibilities focus on effective, curricula-integrated expert/industrial relationships and continuing professional development for practitioners.