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Alan Turing Features On £50 Bank Note

New £50 Bank of England Note

Andrew Bailey, the governor of the Bank of England, said: “He was a leading mathematician, developmental biologist, and a pioneer in the field of computer science.

It is 10 years since the steam engine pioneers James Watt […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/alan-turing-feature-on-50-bank-note/

New UK Cyber Security Council

Press release

New UK Cyber Security Council to be official governing body on training and standards

The government has set up a new independent body to boost career opportunities and professional standards for the UK’s booming cyber security sector.

See the DCMS press […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/new-uk-cyber-security-council/

The Challenges of Agile Leadership Webinar

The Challenges of Agile Leadership

Free Online Webinar

The Institution is happy to present another online Webinar aimed at those who are involved in software development.

Giles Lindsay presents a talk that looks at the challenges that are preventing responsible […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/the-challenges-of-agile-leadership-webinar/

PNC data makes a dash for freedom

The Police National Computer system has lost 150,000 records from it’s database.

First reported in the Times, this is another data loss for the Police in what is starting to look like a long line of errors by it’s staff.

It […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/pnc-data-makes-a-dash-for-freedom/

XMAS Opening 2020

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With the holiday season nearly upon us, the Institutions offices will be open for business as below.

December

23rd – Open 24th – Closed 25th – Closed 26th – Closed 28th – Closed 29th – Closed […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/xmas-opening-2020/

Compealing Code Chemistry

In the forth part of this series on Compealing Code, Paul Lynham covers some of the chemistry required to achieve this goal.

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Thoughts on the NHS Covid App

I recently got notified via the NHS app that we had been in contact within somone who had coronavirus. A bit of an initial shock for my wife and I as we have been quite good, since lockdown ended apart from once a […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/thoughts-on-the-nhs-covid-app/

Bletchley Park

Professor John Ferris of the University of Calgary has written a book about Bletchley’s role during the second world war (WW2). In his book he says that Bletchley was not the war winner we have all come to know and love.

He does […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/bletchley-park/

Sir Roger Penrose wins Nobel Prize

The Institution would like to congratulate Sir Roger Penrose on his Nobel Prize for Physics and his work on Black Holes.

Sir Roger is well known to the Institution and back in 2001 he did a presentation to the IAP Symposium at Trinity […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/sir-roger-penrose-win-nobel-prize/

UK Cyber Security Council recruiting for two business analysts

One of the Institutions partners the Chartered Institute of Information Security is recruiting for two Business Analysts for the UK Cyber Security Council Formation Project. The project is a Government initiative, funded through the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), being […] https://www.iap.org.uk/main/uk-cyber-security-council-recruiting-for-two-business-analysts/