In May 2013 Dr Nathan Roger was invited to give a seminar at Security Lancaster where he talked about image warfare and Osama bin Laden.
Technology entrepreneurs are being offered the opportunity to establish themselves in one of the leading ICT centres of excellence in Europe.
How do we find out about cyber criminals in the UK? This is the question Security Lancaster set out to answer at a workshop with attendees from the face of our legislative and data collection ...
Recent revelations about the frequency with which children experience cyber-bullying have caused alarm among parents, advertisers that feature on social media sites and even the Prime Minister.
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