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Securing computers from highly skilled attackers

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“The modern world keeps giving us demonstrations of governments finding new and exciting ways to spy on computers. It’s unlikely that you’ll be the target of any of this surveillance, but where governments start, criminals probably won’t be too far behind. We’ll talk about some of the more unsettling attacks seen in the past few years, but also discuss some of the things normal users can do to protect against them.”

Come along to the talk to find out more about the world of computer security and how to keep yourself safe! We are heading to the pub with Matthew after the talk, and the first drink is on CUCaTS. FREE DRINKS ! Hope to see many of you at the talk and pub.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Computing and Technology Society (CUCaTS) series.

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