Thursday, 24 March 2011, 8:00pm - 9:30pm

Denis Edgar-Nevill, Head of Department of Computing, Canterbury Christ Church Computing

This presentation will look at the history of the Olympic Games in the modern era and identify the vulnerabilities which exist to a variety of problems from accidents to deliberate forms of sabotage, focusing on the use of computer crime in particular. It will also consider the susceptibility of the event to unforeseen accidents and complications that are the normal consequences of computer applications on this scale. The presentation will conclude with a risk assessment that looks in particular at the cybercrime dangers of the Olympic Games, particularly for the individual.

Location

Steria Limited, Hemel Hempstead
Three Cherry Trees Lane, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 7AH

Cost

Free for members and non-members

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