Why paranoia is good

Paranoia is good - who exactly is out to get me? That is one of the themes to be addressed by Chris Devine, head of IT at Camelot...

Paranoia is good - who exactly is out to get me? That is one of the themes to be addressed by Chris Devine, head of IT at Camelot Group, the organisation that runs the National Lottery, at an E-Business Regulatory Alliance seminar on 24 May.

The seminar's theme is Computer Crime and Security, and it will emphasise how businesses can find criminal and civil redress for e-crime.

Other speakers include civil servant Geoff Smith, who heads up the Department of Trade & Industry's IT security activities; Corrina Langelaan, policy advisor at the Federation of Small Businesses; Leigh Allen, digital evidence recovery officer at the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit; Ian Walden, head of the ITlaw unit at Queen Mary University of London; Gerald Owen, partner at Orchards Solicitors; and barrister Gary Summers.

www.e-ra.org.uk
This was last published in May 2004

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