Mr Omair Uthmani


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Omair Uthmani is a Research Fellow at Edinburgh Napier University and co-investigator on the Scottish Enterprise proof-of-concept project, His PhD, funded by the Scottish Institute for Policing Research (SIPR), focused on the secure and auditable sharing of information between the Police and their community partner organisations, which has led to the current project. Omair’s research interests include Information Sharing and Information Flows; Data Security; Identity and Privacy in the Digital Age; Quantum Linguistics and Information Supply-Chains.

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  • Cyber-Security
    Electronic information now plays a vital role in almost every aspect of our daily lives. So the need for a secure and trustworthy online infrastructure is more important than ever. without it, not only the growth of the internet but our personal interactions and the economy itself could be at risk.
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    Recent Publications

    Buchanan, W., Fan, L., Uthmani, O., Lawson, A. (2014). Information sharing. US 13/739,074, US: , US.

    Buchanan, W., Burns, N., Lo, O., Lewis, R., Uthmani, O., Fan, L. (2013, April). A Scaleable and Trusted e-Health eco-System: Paper presented at Cyber Security and Privacy EU Forum 2013, European Commission, Brussels.

    Buchanan, W., Fan, L., Uthmani, O., SCHAFER, B. (2013). Interagency Data exchange, Privacy protection and Governance Architecture for Information Sharing across Domains. Artificial Intelligence and Law, , (), .

    Buchanan, W., Uthmani, O., Fan, L., Burns, N., Lo, O., Lawson, A., varga, j., anderson, c. (2013). Modelling of Integrated Trust, Governance and Access Information Sharing Architecture. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 182, (), 91-101 .

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