Cyber-security and cybercrime is Tine Munk’s overall research area – and these are mostly related to the European Region drawing on regulatory practices and policing from a criminological and legal perspective. Tine’s main interest areas are The Internet-of-Things, A.I., online surveillance, online privacy, the Dark Web and encryption, cyber-terrorism, large-scale attacks and public and private policing of cyber-space.
Tine Munk has a PhD from the University of Manchester, the School of Law. She also taught at the University of Manchester from 2011 to 2017 in the following modules: (Undergraduate) Counter-terrorism, Security and Surveillance, Policing and the Police, Counter-terrorism and Security: Policing, Counter-terrorism and Cyber-security, Security: Policing, Counter-terrorism and Cyber-security, International Law and Ethics in War and Warfare. (Postgraduate) Security, International Security and Law.
Tine Munk has been employed at Middlesex University since 2016, where she works in the Criminology and Sociology Department as a cybercrime lecturer. Tine’s main teaching areas are Undergraduate: Cybercrime, Law for Criminology. Postgraduate: Cybercrime and Society, Regulatory Practices and Policing Cybercrime, Cyber Awareness Project.
Supervisor: UG, PG and PhD
Speaking, understanding, reading and writing: Danish and English. Understanding and reading: Norweigan and Swedish.
Research interests from an interdisciplinary perspective (law, criminology and political science):
Cybercrime, cyber-security, Online policing (public and private), cyber-terrorism/ counter-terrorism, cyber-warfare/ politically motivated hacking groups/ Hacktivism, online surveillance, privacy, GDPR, data trade, the Internet-of-Things, the Dark Web, ransomware, hacking, security.
Law for Criminology (UG)
Cybercrime and Society (PG)
Regulatory Practices and Policing Cybercrime (PG)
Cyber Awareness Project (PG)
Book Chapter (2020): Tine Munk (2020) ‘Chapter 12, The Internet-of-Things: A Surveillance Wonderland’ (Ed) Owen, Tim and Jessica Marshall ‘Rethinking Cybercrime: Critical Debates’. Palgrave (In press)
Munk, Tine (2019) ‘Cyber-terrorism: Definitional problems. Counter-terrorism Magazine.
Book chapter: Tine Munk (2018) ‘Chapter 4, Policing Virtual Spaces: Public and Private Online Challenges in a Legal Perspective’ (Ed) Monica den Boer (2018) Research Handbook on Comparative Policing from a Legal Perspective. Edward Elgar.
Report 2016: ‘Clinical Legal Education and Experiential Learning: Looking to the Future’. Authors: Dr Vicky Kemp, Dr Tine Munk, Ms Suzanne Gower.
Report 2014: ‘Policing Partnerships: Evidence Review.’ N8 Research Partnership. Dr Bethan Loftus (University of Manchester) and Dr Layla Skinns (University of Sheffield) with Tine Munk (University of Manchester) and Lindsey Rice (University of Sheffield).
Book chapter 2014: ‘The Next Phrase of the European Union’s Labour Migration Regime: Opportunities and Challenges’. Authors: Dr Dora Kostakopoulou, Dr Diego Acosta and Tine Munk. Book: EU Security and Justice Law after Lisbon and Stockholm. Ed. Diego Acosta and Cian Murphy. Hart Publishing.
Associate Senior Researcher, the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies (CATS), Middlesex University.