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Jason Nurse contributes to an article on the Symantec blog Dr Jason Nurse has contributed to an article on the Symantec blog advising CISO’s to think beyond pure tech when looking for more resources to improve security. The article entitled ‘Advice for CISOs: Want More Resources? Think Beyond Pure Tech’ is written by journalist John Borland and offers a range of proposals that may help CISOs argue successfully for new resources, while also demonstrating that existing resources are being used effect...

28 January 2019

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Carlos Perez-Delgado on IBM launch of commercial quantum computing Carlos Perez-Delgado has written an article for The Conversation entitled ‘IBM launches commercial quantum computing – we're not ready for what comes next.’ IBM recently unveiled what it claimed was the world's first commercial quantum computer. While the announcement of the Q System One wasn't scientifically groundbreaking, the fact that IBM sees this as a commercial product that orga...

25 January 2019

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Refinitiv CIO John Finch visits the School of Computing Presentation by John Finch ALL WELCOME Tuesday 19 February 2-3pm, Marlowe LT1 Book now John Finch is the Chief Information Officer for Refinitiv – formerly the Financial & Risk business of Thomson Reuters – and is responsible for all engineering, technical, security and logistical operations to develop enterprise business systems. John has been twice recognised as one of the 20 "most influential people in UK technology" and speaks...

23 January 2019

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RT @unikentcompemp: Another fantastic opportunity for @UKCStudent @UKM @securedataeu FREE shuttle to the event - book to guarantee your pla…

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RT @UniKentCompPO: Good luck to all @UniKentComp students interviewing for @HolidayExtras tomorrow & Thursday. Whatever the outcome, you're…

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