PhD student, University College London (UCL)

Philip is a current PhD student at University College London (UCL) in the Department of Security and Crime Science. He holds a BA in Criminology and Psychology and MSc in Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism. Philip’s area of research lies in terrorist risk assessment criteria and process validity, hostile reconnaissance, and terrorism decision making. Some of his work has looked at sentiment analyses on prior terrorist writings and language styles to research attack predictiveness and linguistic trends between writing types. Before joining UCL, Philip worked as a Cyber Intelligence Analyst identifying patterns and trends of malicious and non-malicious strategic cyber activity globally, in particular the APAC region.

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