Our SBD Internet of Things Technical Officer Michelle Kradolfer discusses her new role and SBD's new Secure Connected Device accreditation in the Expert Insight interview in this month’s Security Journal UK.
Michelle previously worked as a Cyber Development Officer at the Police Digital Security Centre from January 2020 until March 2022.
Michelle graduated from Middlesex University in December 2019, with a Master of Cyber Crime and Digital Investigation (with Distinction).
In 2014 Michelle was an intern at INTERPOL, with the Research and Innovation team within the Cyber Innovation & Outreach Directorate. That internship sparked an interest in cyber crime and cyber security, and wishing to pursue a career in this field she moved to London a few years later. In 2019, Michelle successfully completed a course on blockchain forensics by CipherTrace and was accredited as a CipherTrace Certified Examiner (CTCE).
Michelle's previous academic background includes a Master of Criminology and Bachelor of Socio-Legal Studies, which she completed at the University of Sydney in Australia.
As a Swiss national with a multicultural background, Michelle is able to speak several languages, which include German, Swiss-German, Spanish (mother tongue) and some French.
You can read Michelle’s interview here: https://digital.securityjournaluk.com/html5/reader/production/default.aspx?pubname=&pubid=6b473d74-1798-48d7-9a3c-332368041ee3&pnum=42
To find out more about SBD’s Secure Connected Device accreditation, visit www.securedbydesign.com/Internet-of-Things
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