Teaching & researching information systems management
Lecturer and sometime Research Fellow at Edinburgh Napier University. I teach topics around e-commerce, information and social media strategy, knowledge management and security & governance of information systems. My interests include governance of information systems, risk management, identity and privacy, citizen engagement, and open source for egovernment.
- ECI4all sytem: Replacement of OCS announced – but who are they?
- Disconnected Democracy: what Scotland's Community Councils aren't doing online
- The resistible rise of Facebook
- What are community councils doing online in Scotland
- Identity, local citizenship and a modest proposal
- Social media and The Lives of Others… Stasi Media?
- Open source, open data, open options?
- Risk & control issues around social media in local government
- Online citizen engagement in Scotland: The independence referendum
- Want a Smart City? Take the people out!
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- Mining the Social Web - Github code examples
- Hiding in Plain Sight: A New APT Campaign | Security Intelligence Blog | Trend Micro
- Certificate in Information Security Management Principles | Certificate in Information Security Management Principles | Foundation | IT Governance and Information Security | Certifications | BCS Certifications
- How do we escape the hysteria that threatens to erode public debate? | Peter Beaumont | Comment is free | The Observer
- How I became a password cracker | Ars Technica
- Gamasutra - News - Valve wants to see you sweat - in the name of game design
- ASCC Local Community Councils
- DMBOK2 Framework - DAMA International
- Design-Led Innovation in Government | Stanford Social Innovation Review
- Internet Census 2012
Tag Archives: identity
Starting from the overlap of geography, identity and citizenship online – and how it relates to e-identity. Raises questions including: what does it mean to be a ‘citizen’ of a place (city) when you’re online? Can a location decide you are not a citizen? How can a city know if it’s dealing with a real person? How do we define who is entitled to participate in a local space, and to what extent? Continue reading
It is times like this that it is frustrating to live in a city that’s (let’s face it) at the periphery of the EU, and to be working in times of budgetary constraint. There are a lot of exciting developments … Continue reading
Back in November, I noted the existence of the OneScotland project. Well, there’s been progress! It’s being sold as part of the Scottish National Entitlement Card, “just one element in a wider Scottish Government sponsored programme called Customer First”. The … Continue reading