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Malware in the 21st century - is your identity secure?

Stuart Taylor of SophosLabs UK gives an overview of viruses, and introduces more modern cyberthreats such as bots and nets

The nature of threats from cyberspace is constantly changing. Many of us are stil concerned about viruses, or infection. Other threats such as intrusion can be even more damaging. Identity theft has received much recent press attention. The various types of attack, and the means by which they may be carried out are discussed in this lecture.


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Date and Time:

16 November 2005 at 8:00 pm


1 hour



Palmer Building
Reading University
Shinfield Road

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Organised by:

British Computer Society (BCS) Berkshire Branch
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Meet at 19:30 in the Dol.Che.Vita coffee bar in the Palmer Building foyer

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