|Affiliation:||Royal Holloway, University of London|
|Date:||Friday 22nd February (week 6th, Hilary Term 2019)|
|Location:||Tony Hoare Room, Robert Hooke Building|
Since its inception, the security paradigm underpinning the protection of digital technology has been the domain of specialists. Research also shows that it is a security paradigm that non-specialists often find abstract, obscure and difficult to relate to. In this talk I argue that engaging with the protection of digital technology from the viewpoint of the security of people and society creates a more inclusive approach to digital security and a digital security paradigm for everyone. Using a case study, I set out digital security design principles that can be used to develop inclusive approaches digital security.Find out more...