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  • IT Students Using Devices
    Cybersecurity will become an integral part of computing science education in the UK thanks to a coordinated approach from the BCS, the Council for Professors and Heads of Computing, (ISC)2 and the Office of Cyber Security and Information Assurance in the Cabinet Office.
  • Jamie Woodruff
    Social engineering can provide hackers with easy access to an organisation’s secrets. Pen tester Jamie Woodruff revealed all at a recent RITTech meetup.
  • Hooded Figure
    David Strudwick MBCS, CyberDefence Dynamics, highlights several threat intelligence challenges and explains why businesses need to make the most of such threat intelligence.
  • Pocket Watch
    John Mitchell, Chair of the BCS Information Risk Management and Assurance Specialist Group, says that you should expect that something bad will happen with your information security, so you need to plan your response.
  • Bletchley Park
    Sue Black OBE discusses the excellence of the role models provided by female codebreakers, stemming from her time with BCSWomen and from researching her new book.

Cyber to the Citizen

BCS has launched a new initiative, Cyber to the Citizen, to help people understand how to keep themselves safe online. The initiative is in conjunction with Get Safe Online.

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