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The University of Surrey has developed an innovative ‘all in one’ password system that will allow users to combine pictures, their face, eyes or fingerprints – alongside or instead of word-based systems – on their work or home computers.
The University’s Department of Computer Science has worked with Surrey Police to stage conferences for Surrey school students on the subject of ‘sexting’ – and has now helped launch a special website on global Safer Internet Day.
Joining Surrey’s Department of Computer Science as a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Dr Ioana Boureanu aims to drive innovative research in provably secure authentication solutions and verification of security and privacy.
Dr Norman Poh of the Department contributed to organisation of IAPR/IEEE Winter School on Biometrics (WSB 2017), held at the Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, China, from 9-13 January, 2017.
University of Surrey to lead a £1.1m study into how people’s behaviour can lead to cybersecurity risks, including how people become victims of cybercrimes.