Lecturer, University of East Anglia.
Dr Oli Buckley is a Lecturer in the School of Computing Sciences at the University of East Anglia. Prior to his role at UEA Oli has worked at Cranfield University as part of Cranfield Defence and Security and at the University of Oxford’s Cyber Security Centre.
He has current research projects that focus on trust, fairness and justice in algorithmic decision making and the perceptions of privacy, trust and disclosure to conversational agents.
Oli’s other research interests include: the human-aspects of cyber security, behavioural biometrics, user identification and identity, understanding and detecting insider threats, security visualisation, data leakage and digital identity.
- Reconstructing what you said: Text Inference using Smartphone Motion Hodges, D. & Buckley, O. 1 Apr 2019 In: IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing.18, 4, p. 947-959
- Deconstructing who you play: Character choice in Online Gaming Hodges, D. & Buckley, O. Aug 2018 In: Entertainment Computing. 27, p. 170-178 9
- Behind the scenes: a cross-country study into third-party website referencing and the online advertising ecosystem Nurse, J. R. C. & Buckley, O. 2 Nov 2017 In: Human-Centric Computing and Information Sciences. 7, 1, 40
- Automated Insider Threat Detection System Using User and Role-Based Profile Assessment Legg, P. A., Buckley, O., Goldsmith, M. & Creese, S. Jun 2017 In: IEEE Systems Journal. 11, 2, p. 503-512 10 p.