Interactive Learning

Cyber Day at Corfe Hills School

Emily Rosenorn-Lanng
Dr Jane Henriksen Bulmer
Sam Ware
Davide Melacca
Stefan Kleipoedszus
12th July 2023

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting a Cyber Day at Corfe Hills School on Wednesday 12th July.

This is a special event for the students of Corfe Hills and four other secondary schools across Poole and Bournemouth. They will have the chance to play CyGamBIT, a game-based learning tool that teaches you cyber security and digital skills in a fun and interactive way. As part of the day the young people will also meet experts from different cyber-related organisations and learn more about the fascinating world of cyber. This is a great opportunity to discover your potential and passion for cyber and explore the pathways to success.

Meet the author(s)

Emily Rosenorn-Lanng

Researcher
Emily Rosenorn-Lanng is a researcher and project manager at the National Centre for Cross Disciplinary Social Work (NCCDSW) at Bournemouth University. She has over 19 years of experience in conducting and managing various research projects in health and social care, local government, tourism and heritage sectors. She specialises in quantitative research methods, game-based learning, generative AI, cybersecurity, and accessibility. She is also pursuing a part-time PhD in game-based learning in Cyber Security education. She has published several research papers and reports on topics such as mental capacity, cyber fraud, child mortality, leadership development, and more. She has also participated in the InnovateUK cyberasap program, a pre-accelerator for cyber security start-ups.
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Dr Jane Henriksen Bulmer

Principal Academic
Jane is a Principal Academic in Computing and a member of the Bournemouth University Cyber Security Research group (BUCSR) and BU’s Computer Emergency and Response Team (BU-CERT). Her research focus is on privacy and security, exploring how privacy and security can be incorporated into organisational decision making by design and default. She has successfully completed her PhD on Incorporating Contextual Integrity into Privacy Decision Making: A Risk Based Approach, which developed a comprehensive privacy risk assessment framework to help organisations effectively assess privacy and make informed decisions about privacy risk before processing or sharing data.
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Sam Ware

Software Developer
Sam is our Technical Research Assistant. Sam graduated from Bournemouth University with a degree in Games Software Engineering and now works full time on the technical development of CyGamBIT.
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Davide Melacca

Technical Research Assistant
Davide graduated from Bournemouth University with a degree in Game Technology and he brings a unique set of technical skills and game design experience to the team.
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Stefan Kleipoedszus

Deputy Head of Department and Senior Lecturer
Stefan is a qualified social worker with more than 20 years of experience of working with children in different contexts, including safeguarding and disabilities. As a researcher, Stefan takes a great interest in children living in (secure) care, ways of improving protecting the welfare of children and the way social workers make difficult decisions under uncertainty.
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