Dr Madeline Cheah is currently Cyber Security Innovation Lead at HORIBA MIRA, with responsibility for automotive and autonomous vehicle cyber security research at the company. She started her current role after having earned a PhD in automotive cyber security at Coventry University, with a focus on systematic security evaluations on automotive interfaces and all the processes (formal or informal) that might be inherent in such a framework.
Her contributions have been published in peer-reviewed papers and she is a regular speaker at cybersecurity events. Her research interests currently lie within high assurance methods for black-box testing, penetration testing and digital forensics. She also has an MSc in Forensic Computing (also from Coventry University) and a BSc (Hons) in Biochemistry from the University of Warwick. Before starting at HORIBA MIRA, she was a lecturer on the topics of ethical hacking, digital forensics and network security for three years.