The Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute is a team of over twenty academic staff based in the School of Mathematics and Computer Science at the University of Wolverhampton. Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute aims to become a world leading research institute by fostering a research environment that is inclusive, interdisciplinary and encourages innovation and creativity to increase originality, significance and rigour in cyber research.

Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute builds on the established strength of its members in the area of network and communication security, artificial intelligence, big data and cyber physical systems. Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute works in collaboration with academic, industrial and governmental organisations to all aspects of security and privacy.

The Wolverhampton Cyber Research Institute based at the University of Wolverhampton city campus and the Hereford Centre for Cyber Security (HCCS) which is to be based on the Skylon Park, Enterprise Zone, at Hereford, aspire to be at the forefront of developing and leading an International Cyber Knowledge Hub to tackle threats in the cyberspace.

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