The data security debate - personal responsibility

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In the last of a four-part BCS video debate, experts discuss how we should approach the security of our own information

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 Secu...

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