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A day in the life of government cybersecurity
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Abstract: The security of government systems and programmes is often attacked – both over the wire and in the press. During this presentation, we’ll go into some of the issues around security in these systems and the unique challenges they bring.
Bio: Dr Ian Levy is technical director at CESG , the information assurance arm of GCHQ .
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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