Dr Emma Bradford is a Senior Research Consultant at the Centre for Emerging Technology and Security. Emma is a chartered forensic psychologist with extensive experience in the assessment, management and mitigation of people risk.
Emma has worked within secure government for ten years, leading research and development programmes on insider threat and behavioural analytics for the Centre for Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI). Here she developed protective security tools and education campaigns to reduce organisational vulnerability to insider attacks and provided security recommendations to private and public sector organisations, both nationally and internationally.
Emma is now a Principle Consultant at Frazer-Nash Consultancy and the founding member of their Behavioural Psychology Unit (BPU). The BPU is responsible for the human element of a holistic approach to security that considers people, processes, information, technology and facilities.