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Aviation security session for Cyber Security - Transportation Systems seminar on 21 June
18 June, 2012
Established expert in aviation security to take part in programme to review potential aviation threats at Transportation Systems Seminar
GSM Association, IBM, Trend Micro and the Metropolitan Police offer mobile security solutions on 20 June
14 June, 2012
Mobile Devices Seminar To Take Place This Month in London with the participation of mobile security experts including Trend Micro and IBM
London Underground, Secure by Design, MIRA and Adelard discuss security solutions to transport systems
08 June, 2012
IET explores best practice of the Bring Your Own Device Strategy
07 June, 2012
Security for Mobile Devices event explores staff protection in a BYOD regime