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Cloud Security: Challenges Old and new

Cloud Security: Challenges Old and New

Paul has been at the International Digital Laboratory since late 2007, where his research is focused on vulnerabilities, forensics, and privacy related issues. Prior to moving to the lab Paul was the Director of Operations and Technical Services for QinetiQ's Information Assurance services with a large team delivering penetration testing, computer forensics, incident response, managed intrusion detection & secure hosting to many commercial and government clients. Paul was at his previous employer for 15 years delivering both research and commercial services, and has over 12 years direct experience in Information Assurance. He is a co-investigator on both the TSB/EPSRC EnCoRe and Saturn research projects.
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