2020 UK Lockdown Cyber Narratives: the Secure, the Insecure and the Worrying

@article{Renaud20202020UL,
  title={2020 UK Lockdown Cyber Narratives: the Secure, the Insecure and the Worrying},
  author={K. Renaud and P. Schaik and Alastair Irons and S. Wilford},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.06340}
}
  • K. Renaud, P. Schaik, +1 author S. Wilford
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • On the 23rdMarch 2020, the UK entered a period of lockdown in the face of a deadly pandemic. While some were unable to work from home, many organisations were forced to move their activities online. Here, we discuss the technologies they used, from a privacy and security perspective. We also mention the communication failures that have exacerbated uncertainty and anxiety during the crisis. An organisation could be driven to move their activities online by a range of disasters, of which a global… CONTINUE READING

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