Part two of a BCS debate on data security and public confidence discusses how far we should go to stay secure
The BCS recently hosted a series of debates on data security and public confidence. Rik Ferguson of Trend Micro, Hamid Jahankhani of the University of East London and Louise Bennett of the BCS Security Forum discussed the issues with BCS managing editor Brian Runciman.
This is the second of a four-part series presenting the BCS debate in full. Look out for the other episodes at www.computing.co.uk/tv .
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