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The Link Between Digital Security and Privacy by Design and Skills Needs

Currently, the UK government pushes a concept called Digital Security by Design (DSbD) that focuses on utilizing novel hardware features to improve the security and trustworthiness of systems. Actually, Digital Security (and Privacy) by Design is a much broader concept focusing on security and privacy of systems right of systems right from the start of their development. And it also links to the - often misunderstood - concept of the Trusted Computing Base (TCB).

Want to learn more? Attend the Secure South West 15 on the 23rd March 2022. You can attend either online or in-person in Plymouth, UK. In my presentation, I will introduce the core guidelines for building systems that are secure and privacy aware “by Design”, putting a particular emphasis on the skills needed to understand and apply these concepts and while teaching those skills can be challenging.