Tania Wallis

Research Associate at the University of Glasgow
English
Biography

Tania is a Research Associate at the University of Glasgow, working on supply chain cybersecurity
with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Research Institute in Trustworthy
Interconnected Cyber-physical systems (RITICS). Tania is researching the impact of the NIS Directive
on securing essential services in the Energy, Water and Transport sectors and facilitates multidisciplinary working groups across industry and academia, producing cybersecurity guidance for
industry. At University of Strathclyde Tania led cybersecurity projects at the Power Network
Demonstration Centre integrating cybersecurity into energy research themes, and has submitted her
PhD (awaiting viva) on Developing Cybersecurity Assurance across public & private actors. Tania
holds a multidisciplinary MEnv degree from University of Melbourne and a BEng(Hons) in Electronic
& Electrical Engineering from University of Edinburgh. Tania has facilitated collaboration and
information sharing across the European energy sector including the development of the European
Energy Information & Sharing Analysis Centre. A Chartered Engineer, she previously worked as a
systems engineer for 10 years in the telecoms sector integrating people, processes and technology in
the design and implementation of network operations centres.


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