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Q1, 2017, Volume 14, Issue 1

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Content Includes:

Trump’s White House
Cybersecurity came to the fore in this presidential race like never before, but many question Donald Trump’s tech credentials going forward

The UK National Cyber Security Strategy
Will the new UK Cyber Security Strategy really be able to measure the countless different factors that make up cyber-threats?

The Future of Encryption
As technology advances so does our ability to encrypt data, with neural networks now capable of learning how to keep data safe

Killing Me Softly with His Hack
Cybersecurity attacks can, and have, killed companies — but could hackers really slay a Fortune 100 company?

Interview: Dr Jessica Barker
Michael Hill sits down with independent consultant Dr Jessica Barker to find out more about her fascinating journey into the industry

Solving the Skills Gap
Stephen Jones outlines a radically different recruitment model for the industry