“The community needs to recognise and understand crime”

“The community needs to recognise and understand crime”

On this episode of the teissPodcast, we talk to Mick Jenkins, CISO of Brunel University, about Advanced Persistent Threat actors, espionage and the targeting of Intellectual Property.

Mick talks about the University’s 5 year strategy to improve their cyber security, and how this has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mick shares how he communicates cyber security messages to the wider university community, who might not realise that their data is the target of nefarious actors.

Presenter: Russell Lawson
Music: Late Night (Loop), Joseph McDade

Copyright Lyonsdown Limited 2021

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