Elliot joined Royal Holloway in 2017, having previously studied at Goldsmiths College and University College Maastricht. Originally a humanities student, his rehabilitation consists of freelancing as a software developer and cloud computing consultant. His interests lie in information security, and particularly the applications of artificial intelligence in security.
- Identifying and understanding data regulations relating to user data and privacy (for example GDPR)
- Identifying and understanding consumer/user data requirements
- Learning and experimenting with machine learning models (deep learning) to analyse large-scale enterprise data activities to assess whether a violation regarding consumer/user data occurred
- Predicting with probability weighting whether a sequence of events leads to a data regulation violation
2018 – Detecting Consumer-Oriented Privacy Violations as part of the GDPR User Portal.
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