Working Team

Tanya Harris – Director APAC, US

Tanya has built a strong team of cybersecurity and intelligence experts, who have over 200 plus collective years experience in the field. She holds qualifications in Cybersecurity Mobility, International Cyber Conflict, Philosophy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and HR Performance Psychology.  She is entrepreneur, speaker and CEO with over 20 years experience in performance psychology studying the productivity levels of people. She has patents filed for the first discrepancy matrix that links satisfaction to disgruntled employees.

Richard McClellan – Director EMEA

With a BSc hons in Pharmaceutical Sciences Richard decided that security was his passion. Richard has helped Governments, Corporate and small business customers in combating physical, environmental, and cyber threats including biometric technology to address wide business issues and challenges of fraud. Focusing where security is mission critical, Richard knows how to leverage technology to protect people, assets, and company reputations.

Robin A Murphy PhD (McGill) FHEA – Head of Research

Associate Professor of Experimental Psychology and Fellow and Dean of Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford. Robin is the Principal Investigator, he leads the research work at Oxford and supports the technology transfer to Harrman. Robin received his undergraduate degree from Queen’s University and then studied for my MA and PhD at McGill University in Canada. He has published more than 50 scientific papers and chapters on topics ranging from the role of the hippocampus for animal learning, human learning, attention and reasoning as well as conceptual issues on the nature of the computational properties of learning.

Stelios Kiosses MSc (Eng) Human Factors – Head of Psychology 

Stelios is a registered psychotherapist and psychologist who has specialised in the areas of Mental Health and Human Factors. He is a graduate of the University of Oxford and an Honorary and Visiting lecturer of Psychology at Birmingham University and Goldsmiths College and a visiting senior research associate at Kings College London. He is a Research Collaborator with the Psychopathology Research group at the University of Oxford and has interests and extensive experience in many areas of Human Factors, though his main interests are in human error and deception. His original research was undertaken for Rolls Royce Associates investigating the Human error in the Trident nuclear submarines and currently is a member of ACARE WG4 Security (Advisory Council for Aviation Research and Innovation in Europe). His current security interest is the investigation of a voice interface and personal recognition system (VIPER) using brain imaging to identify clue patterns specific to deception.

Professor Mark Bishop – Head of Artifical Intelligence Machine Learning Development Team

Mark Studied Cybernetics and Computer Science at the University of Reading. He is Professor of Cognitive Computing at Goldsmiths University of London and between 2010-2014 was Chair of the society for the study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour (AISB), the oldest Artificial Intelligence Society in the world. He has published widely in areas of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Neural Computing. Mark leads a team of AI experts in the development of Machine Learning to predict insider risk. The research will extend into the ethical calculations of AI Machine Learning linked to human behaviour and risky behaviour.

Mark’s Keynotes:

GOTO 2016 Deep Stupidity: What Neural Networks Can & Cannot Do, Probing the limits of Deep Learning, Neural Networks and AI

Robotics and Consciousness, TEDx Tottenham: Can robots feel?

Partner Companies

The University of Oxford

Corpus Christi Psychology Unit

Goldsmith University

The Centre for Intelligent Data Analytics

Amazon Web Services

Harrman Cyber is a selected partner of AWS in Conversation series focusing on  Insider Threat.