This morning I delivered a seminar for a group of graduate students at the University of East London. An enriched mix of participants from various degrees, including information security, forensics, and IT law made the classroom discussions very interesting.
I was very glad to see that students were very eager to learn more about the subject and were willing to share their ideas and experience. We were even able to managed to identify new research opportunities in the field of economics of information security.
After the presentation, I facilitated a workshop which was designed based on a case study around USB drive encryption. This exercise helped the students to understand the perspective of both a security manager and an end-user on the same problem.
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Its very rewarding when you can see how much students appreciate help like this, I hope you enjoyed!