Staying cybersecure when 'bringing your own devices'

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Kevin Curran, IEEE senior member and professor of cybersecurity at Ulster University
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Kevin Curran, IEEE senior member and professor of cybersecurity at Ulster University

Kevin Curran, IEEE senior member and professor of cybersecurity at Ulster University, describes how to remain secure whilst enabling personal devices

Throughout the past two years, many organisations have adopted a hybrid working model, whereby working from home most or all of the week is considered normal. While initial concerns focused on infr...

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