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If it ain't broke, don't fix it - The state of Computer Security


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Teddington Evening Lecture: This session will look at how dependant we are on legacy systems as a society and some interesting facts on the state of computer security.

Date and Time

04 April 2018 - 19:15-20:30


London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - London local network.

About this event

Legacy, classic, heritage systems are whatever you want to call systems that have served our businesses for many years. They have been given one of these labels because they’re not regarded as strategic or don’t fall into the Cloud umbrella! I’ve worked with a number of legacy systems that continue to be the backbone of big businesses, such as Banking systems, customer billing systems etc., yet management are completely unaware of the devastating consequences to the business if these systems were no longer available or suffered a security breach. This session will look at how dependent we are on those systems as a society and some interesting facts on the state of computer security.

About the speaker

Jamie Pease is an IT Security Consultant, specialising in Security on the Mainframe. He has practised in this field for over 20 years. Throughout this period Jamie has held a number of roles including, auditing, consultancy, IT Training, people management, pre-sales work, product management, software design and development, security administration and system security management.


Evening Lecture: 19:15 start

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