Passwords: The Keys to your (Online) Kingdom

Presented by

David Emm, Principle Security Researcher and Prof. Steven Furnell, Professor of Information Security, University of Plymouth

About this talk

24/7 connectivity is fast becoming an integral part of everyday life. Most of us now routinely bank, shop and socialise online, and the Internet is the life-blood of business. Yet too many of us fail to secure our online identities adequately. This presentation will examine why this is important, what we should do to secure our online accounts and how criminals exploit our lack of security. ************************************************************************************************** Steven Furnell is a the Associate Dean and IT Security Professor at the University of Plymouth. His research interests spans multiple areas including: Cyber Security / IT Security, including user authentication, biometrics, cyber crime, intrusion detection and response, security management and culture, usable security; Internet Technologies and Applications; Mobility. A published author, Steven will share his insights we can all individually make it harder for Cyber Criminals to access your passwords. David Emm is a Principle Research Analyst at Kaspersky Lab and regularly delivers presentations on malware and other IT security threats at industry events, highlighting what organisations and consumers can do to stay safe online. He also provides comment to broadcast and print media on the ever-changing cyber-security and threat landscape. David has a strong interest in malware, ID theft and the human aspects of security, and is a knowledgeable adviser on all aspects of online security.

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