3rd Monday Event
"Trustworthy Software" by Colin Robbins
||Monday, 18th April 2016
||19:00 (tea & coffee available from 18:30)
||Novotel, Bostock Lane, Long Eaton, Nottingham, NG10 4EP (map)
||Free! (non-members welcome)
This talk will explore the concept of trustworthy software, covering 3 key aspects.
- - What is trustworthy software?
- - How do you build trustworthy software (supply side)
- - How do you identify trustworthy software (demand side)?
Followed by a discussion on the market adoption of trustworthy software.
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About the Presenter
Colin has a joint first class honours Bachelors degree in Computer Science and Electronic Engineering from University College, London. He is a full member of the Institute of Information Security Professionals, running the East Midlands branch, a CESG Certified Security Professional, a board member of the Information Assurance Advisory Council (IAAC) and represents Nexor on the steering group of the Trustworthy Software Initiative.
He is also a Chartered Director and Fellow of the Institute of Directors. During the day, Colin is the managing consultant of Qonex, a company focused on helping businesses secure the Internet of Things.
Colin maintains a security blog at http://cybermatters.info
and can be followed on Twitter at @colinrobbins
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