I'll be there, not every day as I will be with my daughter. However I will be speaking on the Wednesday "Identity, Reputation & Privacy in the Organisational Context" 🙂 Looking forward to it and can't wait to meet other alumni. The 3 day programme is here.
Did you know that it is Data Privacy Day 2010 tomorrow? Jack made a posting on this earlier this month .. Check it out as there is a really nice online resource there for parents and children online, loads of advice and a bundle of links.
Data Privacy Day 2010 is occurring on January 28th. Data Privacy Day is an annual international celebration to raise awareness and generate discussion about information privacy. In 2009, both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives recognized January 28th as National Data Privacy Day. Over the past few years, privacy professionals, corporations, government officials and … Continue reading Data Privacy Day 2010 is just around the corner
The book launch that happened yesterday went very well. It was a great pleasure to find David Lacey there who has made a very nice posting on his blog concerning my book in ComputerWeekly.com.David has also just published a book (Managing the Human Factor in Information Security)that is extremely relevant in a changed society that … Continue reading David Lacey likes my book!
This week I was at a reunion held at the Royal Holloway University of London (RHUL) for the Information Security Group, and it was so cool! I met a whole load of security professionals over and above those that I had already had the pleasure of studying alongside with on the distance learning programme. I … Continue reading RHUL ISG Alumni Reunion 2008
Just over a week ago I attended the LSE conference on the 'social and organizational consequences of information growth and the Internet'. Last year it was on identity. Both years have been excellent. I particularly enjoyed listening to Albert Borgman who spoke about the impacts on our society. For example 200 years ago two-thirds of … Continue reading Lost texture and co modification
I was lucky enough to listen to Bruce Schneier speaking at INFOSec Europe on Wednesday last week. He spoke about the mismatch between 'security' and 'feelings'. In that often how we feel does not equate to the reality. For example at the airports they remove liquids during the security check, it makes us feel more … Continue reading Bruce at INFOSec Europe