There will be light refreshments from 5.30 in the foyer of the Physical Sciences building. There are steps from the foyer to the room, but there is also wheelchair lift access available
Speaker: Dr Nick Pringle
Did you recently see that the FBI unusually issued a global warning about an orchestrated attack on the ATM network? With nearly 60,000 ATMs in the UK alone, what are the challenges of balancing the desire for availability and convenience and the overall need for physical and cyber security?
We are pleased to welcome Dr Nick Pringle to consider issues as diverse as: what defines a secure supply chain? How does ISO27001 apply? Does a commercial operating system like Windows 10 have role in a secure environment like an ATM ?
What sorts of job roles are required to meet the service and security challenges? What’s the future for cash in a “cashless society”?
Dr Pringle received his PhD in digital forensics from the University of South Wales and works in the area of computer security.
The planned poster is also attached for information. We could do something about a banner image based on the top half of the poster if you would find that useful.
Location and Accessibility
The meeting will take place in the Physical Sciences building – access to the room from the foyer is via accessible lifts in the building.
The event is free and open to everyone.
Please see the Mid-Wales Website for more details and the list of talk titles, at: http://midwales.bcs.org/
For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.
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