News & Events-Ryan Meeks’ winning article published in Crisis Response Journal

An article by Frazer-Nash Human Factors Consultant, Ryan Meeks, has been published in Volume 11, Issue 3 of Crisis Response Journal.

Ryan's article 'The ripple effect of insider threat attacks' won the CRJ category of the Royal United Services Institute essay prize in October 2015, and took third place overall in the competition.

Looking at resilient critical national infrastructure in the age of connected systems in the 'Internet of Things', Ryan's article builds on his research into the complex socio-cultural, environmental and psychological factors involved in insider attack and insider threat. Read Ryan's article here.

Most recently, Ryan has been working on developing Frazer-Nash's three-step approach to the challenge of insider threat in the financial services sector. Further information about this approach can be found at

Ryan will also be representing Frazer-Nash at the Insider Threat Summit taking place in Monterey, California on 29 and 30 March.

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