It is important that we start to take security seriously. I will try to avoid making this blog post into a rant against academia. I would be the first to admit that I was not always so security aware, I would create code that would enable XSS, SQL injection or cookie hijacking. The reason? I always thought it could never happen to me, who would care about an academic research project website? Thankfully, to my knowledge, the projects were never the victim of any breach. I did always spend time reviewing the logs. However, over the last couple of years I have become very security aware and genuinely interested in the field, and not just because of recent hacks against...
- How widely is HTTPS used in the public sector of the UK?
- Thoughts on the use of technology in mental health and the military
- Queen Mary University of London Job Site "Hacked"
- What is deep learning, and why should you care?
- MEAN Stack User Authentication and SMS validation with Twilio/Authy: Part 2/2 - Creating the IONIC App
- MEAN Stack User Authentication and SMS validation with Twilio/Authy: Part 1/2 - Developing the API
- InDEx App: A Medical Research Council Funded Project
The boring stuff
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