Last week The Register teamed up with Intel to put on an all-day conference in Millbank, central London. We had a great line-up of speakers, which included Professor Brian Cox and security God Bruce Schneier - for me a stand-out. We filmed the proceedings for those of you who couldn't be there. The event went down a storm with …
As always, well worth listening to Bruce
About 4 minutes into his discussion of cyberwar, he says something like: "treating a denial of service attack as cyberwar is like an invading army landing on your beaches, rushing up the shore and then pushing in front of the line at the post office." Classic.
Fixed that title for you
Surely this is The Register and Intel RECORDED 2011?
I see you took out my first question to Dr Peter Maccallum
Dr Maccallum talks about how difficult it is to get skilled staff. Well they sacked me on the grounds that I "would not fit in" (actual words used at tribunal) and stood by that when they found out I have Asperger's Syndrome. How can an employer claim to be diverse and do this?
I am still hoping to get an appeal and I would be delighted if the Register stuck up for me.
Thank you kindly
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