There was an excellent line-up of speakers at Janet CSIRT’s conference this week.
I'll be talking about developments in the Digital Economy Act
Yesterday at the State Opening of Parliament the Queen's Speech announced the Government's plan for legislation in the next year. A couple of the proposed Bills seem likely to affect network operators.
I'll be talking about how to "BYOD Safely"
An interesting, though depressing, figure from Verizon’s 2012 Data Breach Investigations Report is that 92% of information security breaches were discovered and reported by a third party. Not by the organisation that suffered the breach, nor by its customers who are likely to be the victims of any loss of personal data, but by someone else.
I'll be talking about the legal framework that might provide a home for complex middleware relationships. For some reason I agreed to the title "Here be VAMPires" ;-)
The Joint Committee on Human Rights has published its conclusions on the Defamation Bill. Among other changes the Bill intends to clarify the position of websites that accept posts from third parties and make it less likely that lawful posts will be removed because of fear of liability.
I'll be talking on "Privacy and the Cloud" at this symposium organised by Cisco