Oct 11 2018
Since its inception, the security paradigm underpinning the protection of digital technology has been the domain of specialists. Research also shows that it is a security paradigm that non-specialists often find abstract, obscure and difficult to relate to. Professor Coles-Kemp will argue that engaging with the protection of digital technology from the viewpoint of the security of people and society creates a more inclusive approach to digital security and a digital security paradigm for everyone. Connecting digital security to a rich history of security theory, she will set out alternative ways of conceptualising digital security and explore what we can learn from such conceptualisations. Admission free but booking is essential.
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Business travel drop-in sessions

All colleagues who book travel are invited to attend a drop-in session on either Tuesday 23 or Wednesday 24 October to find out more about the booking process, price queries and training on how to use the online tool effectively.

Business travel drop-in session

All colleagues who book travel are invited to attend a drop-in session on either Tuesday 23 or Wednesday 24 October to find out more about the booking process, price queries and training on how to use the online tool effectively.

Black History Month - Micro-talks on Writers of Colour

On Wednesday 24 October, from 2-4pm, in the Moore Building Auditorium, the Department of English will be hosting a session of micro-talks on writers of colour.