South West Branch
Welcome to the website for the South West branch of the BCS (British Computer Society). This is one of the largest geographical branches covering all of Devon and Cornwall, specifically the postal codes EX, PL, TQ, TR. The Branch has about 1000 members.
Our monthly meetings are generally held between October and May. Events are usually held in either Plymouth or Exeter, there is no charge (unless indicated) and everyone is welcome.
This presentation will look at the development, delivery and evaluation of the “Forensic Scripting Using Bash” course for EU law enforcement. The aim of this course is to take police with no programming experience, and bring them all to a common level of knowledge and understanding of scripting for forensic computing applications in a Linux environment. The work was funded by the European Commission and several law enforcement training agencies.
This event is jointly organised with the Institute of Information Security Professionals
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Branch members may be interested in an event jointly organised by Plymouth University and Plymouth City Council, and supported by the south west branches of BCS - The Chartered Institute for IT and the Institute of Information Security Professionals, and the South West WARP.
Justin Turner is this year''s winner of the British Computer Society SW Branch Prize. It is awarded to the best student at the University of Exeter, studying a computer Science programme for best academic performance.
4 June 2013, at BCS Office in central London.
This is the eighth conference run by BCS CMSG
This is the premier UK event on Change, Release and Configuration Management for ITIL and Service Management and throughout the application lifecycle – the BCS CMSG has a successful track record of previous events.
SW Branch members may be interested in the lecture by Eugene Kaspersky which is being hosted at the University in April…