Celebrating 100 years of Alan Turing

RHUL To mark the 100th anniversary of Alan Turing's birth, Professor Keith Martin, Director of the Information Security Group, has published a Cryptography blog which has appeared on both Royal Holloway University of London's Discover Science blog and the Oxford University Press blog. For any queries regarding the Information Security Group, please contact Emma Mosley, ISG Administrator on isg [at] rhul [dot] ac [dot] uk

ISG to host InTrust 2012 – 17th-19th December 2012

RHUL This year's InTrust conference, focusing on the theory, technology and applications of trusted systems, will be held at Royal Holloway between the 17th and 19th of December (see www.intrust2012.com). The programme committee is being co-chaired by the ISG's own Allan Tomlinson and Chris Mitchell.

EuroPKI 2012 in Pisa - last chance to submit

RHUL The EuroPKI 2012 workshop, concerned with all aspects of Public Key Services, Applications, and Infrastructures, will take place in Pisa on the 13th and 14th of September (see Euro PKI 2012). The ISG's Chris Mitchell is co-chairing the programme committee, and would like to encourage all interested to submit a paper by the revised deadline of June 16th. Even if you don't plan to submit a paper, please consider attending what should be a very interesting event in a terrific location.

ISG Academic at Westminster eForum Keynote Seminar

RHUL Dr Stephen Wolthusen represented the ISG in the Westminster eForum Keynote Seminar which took place on Weds 30th May 2-12 in London. The Westminster eForum is a group of key stakeholders within Parliament, government, regulatory bodies, industry, consumer organisations and other interested parties and provides a forum to discuss and debate on policy public developments and so create opportunities for informed discussion.

ISG Distance Learning Weekend Conference - 15th & 16th September 2012

thumbThe ISG Distance Learning Conference 2012

The Information Security Distance Learning weekend conference is now confirmed for the weekend of 15th-16th September. Details of the provisional programme and registration information can be found here.

The ISG Review 2011-12

ISG Review 2012The Information Security Group is pleased to announce the publication of the ISG Review 2012. The newsletter describes many of the ISG's research interests and explains the key activities of the ISG over the last year. We encourage website visitors to download it and browse.