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  • Blue Light
    Detective Superintendent Andrew Gould, the National Cybercrime Programme Lead and former head of the Met’s Cybercrime Unit, talks about the threat landscape and what the police are doing to combat it.
  • Paper records
    Professor Mike Smith explains how and why he created his own species of blockchain to ensure children’s mental health records are kept safe and trustworthy.
  • People Working On Train
    Researcher and ISSG member Wendy Goucher MBCS provides a timely reminder that even during the daily commute your data may not be safe from prying eyes.
  • Coins
    Starting with Satoshi’s famous essay, Anthony G. Parker MBCS explores what blockchain and cryptocurrencies may mean for the future of money and wealth.
  • View Of Cambridge
    Christopher Curry was co-founder of Acorn Computers, which was probably most famous for creating the BBC Micro. Curry also managed to develop GIS, a system for cashless money, and created an ID card with medical history, called Bluefish.

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