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Cyber security: today's reality and tomorrow's possibilities

Our first public lecture of this new academic year gives an analysis of the growing menace of cyber-crime

Cyber security is central to ensuring society can function effectively and make the most of digital technologies. However, keeping computer systems safe and secure is a major challenge, as evidenced by the almost daily stories of information breaches and cyber-attacks. Moreover, the situation will become ever more challenging as ever more devices on our bodies, in our home, at our work and embedded in our national infrastructure are networked.


Professor Nick Jennings | talks


Date and Time:

10 October 2017 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Imperial College London
Sir Alex Fleming Building
South Kensington Campus

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Friends of Imperial College
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Come and hear from Prof Jennings, the previous UK Government’s Chief Scientific Advisor for National Security and head of one of the UK’s Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Research.

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