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May

29

Tuesday

The Legacy of Alan Turing: Protecting ourselves from Internet fraud and invasion of privacy

6.00pm

Public

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Following his recent lecture on Alan Turing and breaking Enigma, Professor David Stupples will discuss how we can protect ourselves from internet fraud and invasion of privacy.

Who are the hackers? What damage can they do? How can we protect ourselves?

The event will take the form of a presentation by Professor David Stupples followed by questions and a discussion.

This event is being held as part of Digital Shoreditch. For more information on the festival and City University London's involvement go to http://digitalshoreditch.com/

David Stupples is Professor of Systems and Cryptography at City University and for many years he was employed on intelligence work.


Centre for Cyber Security Sciences (CCySS)
In response to growing criminal activity and terrorism using the internet, City University London decided to establish the Centre for Cyber Security Sciences (CCySS). The new Centre is necessarily multi-disciplinary drawing together academic expertise from Engineering and Mathematical Sciences, Informatics and Cass Business School. The new Centre is already making its mark with EPSRC and government research contracts and individual members working with Government departments.

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6.00pm - 7.30pmTuesday 29th May 2012

City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

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