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Cybercrime - can we ever really be safe?
Thu 16 March 2017, 16:00 – 17:30 GMT
Cybercrime is one of the most important and complex issues that we currently face. Security impacts on us all. Whether we are an individual or an organisation we have information we need to protect. It is a complex issue and although technology plays a big part in protecting systems it is becoming widely recognised that the human element can often be the biggest vulnerability. Come along to the public lecture on cybersecurity and hear about the exciting area of Cybersecurity, its multi-faceted nature and what we are doing in Bradford to help address the many challenges faced by individuals, organisations and societies.
The lecture will be delivered by Dr Andrea Cullen, Director of Cyber Security Interdisciplinary Centre and Ms Lorna Armitage, Programme Leader for BSc Computer Science for Cyber Security.
This lecture is hosted in association with our Postgraduate Open Day – 16 March 2017 – University of Bradford
Taught masters: http://www.brad.ac.uk/postgraduate/masters/
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