Computer boffins at Queen's University in Belfast are chuffed as ninepence today to snip the ribbon on a new government- and industry-sponsored cybersecurity research centre. The £30m Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) will work primarily on embedded security tech for next-gen IT equipment, and on real-time …
Lies, damned lies and statistics
"97 per cent of business in the UK now relies on the internet and other IT systems."
Really? Or is it the case that 97% of UK businesses have an Internet connection. I'm sure that includes a significant proportion for whom Internet connectivity is business critical, but I wouldn't bet on it even being a majority, let alone 97%.
Groom Lake Early Pilots meet Late Titanic Quarter Masters
Quite a Novel Centre of Excellence is Belfast, what with PSNI Knock and Project INDECT, MI5 Loughside in Palace Barracks and now Academe and QUB trumpeting a Cyber-Security Research Centre, all within a virtual stone's throw/grand dander of each other.
Crikey, loosely well organise* those three units in AI Parallel Singularity and Northern Ireland will not be Bested or Unduly Tested at Anything they would choose to do. And QuITe Perfect for a Transparent NeuReal World Order Virtual Governance Program ...... with Spooky AIRemote Controls.
* Loosely Well Organised in the Definitive Ulster Way which delivers Power to ITs People and Control to their Operating Systems ........ a DNA Inheritance things born and evolved of their Past History of Troubles.
Been There, Done That, Got the Shredded Bloody T-Shirt ..... and Never Again whenever Peace Freely Offers Whatever you Please.
Job creation scheme means more Labour votes...
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