Alan Woodward

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express
Terror Fears At Sea: Cruise ships could be sunk by cyber terrorists, UK Government warnsof staff and other people impacted upon by the work activities being undertaken
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of staff and other people impacted upon by the work activities being undertaken and to whom a duty of care is owed”. Prof Alan Woodward, who works at the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security, told The Sunday Telegraph that tests have shown even super... Read more
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The Register
UK Data Protection Bill lands: Oh dear, security researchers – where's your exemption?for security researchers - so they will have "to take care to ensure what they
The Register / Posted 5 days ago
for security researchers - so they will have "to take care to ensure what they do is 'justified in the public interest'." Alan Woodward, a security researcher at the University of Surrey, said that there was a real chance researchers could be... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
How insecure was this Equifax portal? Its login and password were both ‘admin,’ expert saysunlike U.S. social security numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 5 days ago
unlike U.S. social security numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC reports. Still, cybersecurity expert Alan Woodward of the University of Surrey told the BBC that the kind of vulnerability seen in Argentina was... Read more
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The News & Observer
How insecure was this Equifax portal? Its login and password were both ‘admin,’ expert saysunlike U.S. social security numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC
The News & Observer / Posted 5 days ago
unlike U.S. social security numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC reports. Still, cybersecurity expert Alan Woodward of the University of Surrey told the BBC that the kind of vulnerability seen in Argentina was... Read more
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The Register
GTFO of there! Security researchers turn against HTTP public key pinningif the pins are made to break on certificate expiration/revocation. No catastro
The Register / Posted 25 days ago
if the pins are made to break on certificate expiration/revocation. No catastrophic failures with that change." Professor Alan Woodward, a computer scientist at the University of Surrey, told El Reg that the risk of ransoming is real but less of... Read more
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express
China pumping MILLIONS into developing 'cyber army with world famous web security schools'on July 18 was unknowingly shipped with a back door, which had the potential to
express / Posted 1 months ago
on July 18 was unknowingly shipped with a back door, which had the potential to be exploited by its creator.” Professor Alan Woodward, of the University of Surrey, told The Times: “This is a particularly worrying attack. As far as clients were... Read more

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