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Every profession, along with education courses, has now been parsed into specialisms - as series of ‘soda straws’ or pipes giving a narrow view and focus with little chance of ‘cross-pollination’. Even IT and Systems Security is now sliced into many different facets spanning coding and encryption through to malware; electronic and physical attacks; technology and people.
Covering all of these specialisms in a single course can be difficult let alone a single lecture. But this lecture attempts to do just that (or at least a large slice of it) in a 3-hour session of two 90min sessions. It is done so against the backdrop of an established set of Security Laws.
The primary objective is to give the student a broad view of the wider threats and how they are perpetrated and linked together. Some technical aspects are not explicitly included, but they are reserved for other detailed sessions.