There are a range of resources available to help researchers protect their research, share knowledge and deliver impact.
A toolkit designed to offer guidance to researchers on how to manage research projects while protecting research data, meeting legal obligations, and making informed decisions about risk and research collaborations.
This resource, the result of a collaboration between industries and sectors including financial institutions, NGOs, law enforcement and government agencies – with groups including IBM and Stop the Traffik involved, has brought together over 300,000 records which have been made accessible for analysis of human trafficking.
Cambridge Cybercrime Centre hosts datasets on everything from Reflected DDoS victims and Mirai scanning data to Honeypot data and Phishing URLs.
Pew Research Center makes its data available to the public for secondary analysis after a period of time. Data sets address topics including Social & Demographic Trends, U.S. Politics & Policy, and Global Attitudes & Trends.
This open platform for sharing data is managed by OCHA’s Centre for Humanitarian Data. It includes datasets from crisis contexts, data about affected peoples, and data about humanitarian responses.
Hosted by Uppsala University in Sweden, this platform contains 40 years of datasets on organised violence and civil war.
A toolkit designed to offer guidance on carrying out knowledge exchange effectively.
Guidance on how to identify public values throughout the research lifecycle.
This resource, designed by Churchill College, CSaP and the Bennett Institute at the University of Cambridge, is designed to provide guidance to early career researchers working in STEM areas who are interested in engaging with policy makers, including those within the UK parliament.
This document provides all the information you might need about about the 19 Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research (ACE-CSR), a collaboration involving 19 universities and partnerships with private and public sector organisations.
A toolkit designed to help researchers achieve the maximum impact from their work.
Practical tips on fruitful public engagement with research findings.
The Academic Resilience and Security Community (Academic RiSC) is a network of universities formed to promote academic engagement in solving challenges in national security and resilience.
CyberASAP has helped dozens of academic teams to commercialise their ideas. For example, Dr Tristram Riley-Smith has shared with CyberASAP his advice on approaching investors.
Working with the Media
A publication that provides practical guidance on how to engage with the media in order to have a greater impact on the national debate.