Dr Mary Aiken specializes in the impact of technology on human behaviour, and has written and spoken extensively on issues relating to the intersection between humankind and technology – or as she describes it “where humans and technology collide.” She appears regularly on radio and television and frequently gives talks to the public and private sectors on an international basis.
Mary Aiken is a Professor of Cyberpsychology at Capitol Technology University Washington D.C, and a Professor of Forensic Cyberpsychology at the University of East London (UEL). She is a Member of the INTERPOL Global Cybercrime Expert Group and an Academic Advisor to Europol’s European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3). Mary Aiken is a Fellow of The Royal Society of Medicine and an International Affiliate Member of the American Psychological Association (APA). Her research interests include human factors in cybersecurity, organized cybercrime, Safety Tech, Online Harms, AI, Fintech, HealthTech, online behavioural profiling, Internet psychology & youth protection online.
Prof. Aiken is recognised as an international expert in policy debates at the intersection of technology and human behaviour and has published and spoken worldwide on this topic, at venues ranging from the United Nations to NATO. A published, peer-reviewed author, her work as a Cyberpsychologist inspired the CBS primetime television series CSI: Cyber, she was a producer on the show.
Her book, ‘The Cyber Effect’ was selected by the Times as a ‘book of the year’ in the Thought category and was listed in the top twenty science books by Nature the International Journal of Science. Prof. Mary Aiken has been featured by CBS, BBC, New York Post, Newsweek, NPR, Inside Edition, Scientific American, Variety, the Atlantic, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Sunday Times, The Guardian, Hollywood Reporter and Time Magazine.
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