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In a recent issue of Interface there is an important article discussing the merits of N4L being able to inspect HTTPS traffic (involving installation of SSL certificates to BYOD devices). The arguments, primarily around student safety, mirror those of a wider debate … Continue reading
There is plenty of advice on how to do security in the Public Sector, just no time to read and understand it!
With the recent release of reports on Government IT security and Novapay some of us that have worked in the Public Sector will be experiencing déjà vu. Hindsight is wonderful you may say… but we could have written the Novapay report … Continue reading