Research and Workshops
Current research being undertaken by IAAC through workshops are:
Security, safety and trustworthiness in smart living (21 June 2016)
The IA and Cyber Security Profession (6 July 2016, 20 September 2016 and 8 December 2016)
- @wilkixyz @eseoduyoye https://t.co/nj7LZbL0zI about 12 days ago : Early-stage professional working in information assurance? IAAC Access Programme is launched
- @bitsbynickp launch Security, Safety, and Trustworthiness in Smart-Living report https://t.co/soFJqBMuZV #securitycollaboration about 12 days ago : CEO and
- https://t.co/8sQm6jGHPq about 12 days ago : IAAC publishes the research proposal following workshops on The IA and Cyber Security Profession.
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