Who should we blame when we’re hacked? Professor Martyn Thomas believes that at least some of the fault lies with developers —Gresham College
“There are two kinds of people. Those who’ve been hacked and those who donlt know they’ve been hacked”. Professor Martyn Thomas explains the spread of the security problem. He also believes that its time responsibility to be shared.
Martyn Thomas is an internationally recognised expert in software engineering who holds visiting professorships at three top Universities including the University of Oxford. Beyond his academic posts, Professor Thomas is often called upon to be an expert witness and also to advise Parliament on cyber security matters. Gresham College is proud to have Professor Thomas as our first IT Livery Company Professor of Information Technology.
Professor Thomas will deliver the six lectures of the newest Professorship over the 2015-16 Academic year. The series will examine the place off computing in modern society, and what we should hope will be its future. From pressing issues like cyber security threats to possible futures with driverless cars and intense automation, this series is hugely important and focuses on issues that affect the entire world. Join Professor Thomas for his series entitled ‘Living in a Cyber-Enabled World’:
Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of their five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from their website. There are currently over 1,800 lectures free to access or download from the website.