Meet our team

Nadine Michaelides


Nadine Michaelides is a Security and Crime Psychologist. Nadine has extensive experience in security service having worked with the European Union of Cybersecurity (ENISA), police and prison system in the UK, and actively working on evaluating the effectiveness of cybersecurity awareness campaigns. Nadine is a cybersecurity subject manner expert and keynote speaker.

Reza Moqasdasi


DesReza is CIO / CISO of ITRS Group, a technology company that provides operational resilience products and solutions. Prior to joining ITRS Group, Reza was Head of IT in Allianz Re in Ireland. He is a Doctoral Researcher in Cybersecurity at University College London; his research interests include cyber supply chains, resilience, and quantification of cyber risk. He is the CTO at Anima People and is on the advisory board supporting the strategic focus and evolution of the current services that Anima People provides into a software product.

Daeun Lee

Research Assistant, UK

Daeun got her master’s degree in Cyber Security and Management from the University of Warwick this year. With her experience as a SOC Analyst and her knowledge of CSM, she started her new career as a Research Assistant at Anima People.

Nuha Almaawi

Research Assistant & Business Development Officer, Saudi Arabia

Completed her MSc in Cyber Security and Management at University of Warwick as part of the reputable Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG). She strives to bring the technical insight of cybersecurity and the management skills needed to effectively communicate strategic deployment and implementation within an organisation.

Dr Ingolf Becker

Non-Executive Director: Academic Advisor

Dr Ingolf Becker is aLecturer in Security and Crime Science in the Department of Security and Crime Science at University College London. He was a part of UCL’s Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber-Security Research (ACE-CSR) and a Principal Investigator at the Research Institute in Socio-Technical Security (RISCS). He currently lead UCL’s part of the 3-year ESPRC project Protecting public-facing professionals and their dependents online (3PO).