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What have bad actors and the 80s got in common with cybersecurity today?

Technology that we use today, we know will change tomorrow.

The bad actors and how they attack and compromise systems today, will change tomorrow.

Cybersecurity, and the tooling that is used today, will change tomorrow.

Change is the only constant in our lives and that is accepted. Therefore, it is important that technology we use tomorrow will be made more secure through collaboration and communication.

 

Find out more about what Paul had to say on the TechUK website here.

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About Paul Barker
Principal Cyber Security Consultant at Atos
Paul has nearly 30 years experience working in the IT security industry, working for both public and private sector organizations delivering advice and guidance on enterprise security. Paul has been an advocate for the adoption of industry and regulatory standards encompassing security best practices, and has extensive experience in the secure architecture design and deployment for telecommunications, petro-chem, healthcare, governments, police forces and financial institutions across the globe. At Atos, Paul has also been deeply engaged in the architecture and implementation of Identity and Access Management solutions, which has included working with the government accreditor, ensuring the delivered solution has met the business requirements at both RESTRICTED and CONFIDENTIAL protective marking levels(old speak). As a security architect Paul is currently engaged in a number of security workstreams across government where he is working on the secure deployment of critical national infrastructure, which includes, Encryption, PKI, security architecture, web design and database security.

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