D1 Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy &
D5 Standards, Organisations and Technologies CV
Dr James Boorman is the Head of Research and Capacity Building at the Oceania Cyber Security Centre and he is the inaugural leading collaborator between the University of Oxford and the Oceania Cyber Security Centre.
James has worked in research and in practice in academic and public health sectors in the UK and as a Chief Information Officer for research projects for the Australian government. James has worked on large collaborative research projects at University College London and the University of Cambridge.
He leads the OCSC collaboration with the University of Oxford on the CMM and has successfully led and co-authored six CMM reviews in the Oceania region, working with host governments and partners such as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT), Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC) and World Bank.
James is interested in the multi-facet dimensions of the CMM with a primary focus on D1 Cybersecurity Policy and Strategy and D5 Standards, Organisations and Technologies.