CW International Conference 2019

CWIC 2019: Digitising Industry is sold out! We are now operating a waiting list - contact the team for further details.

Nigel Jefferies

Cyber Security Debater

About Nigel

Nigel Jefferies is a senior standards manager with Huawei Technologies and Chairman of the Wireless World Research Forum, a global partnership between industry and academia to develop a research agenda for mobile communications. Previously he was Head of Academic Relationships within Vodafone Group Research & Development and a Principal Mathematician at Racal Research Ltd. In the past he led the European-funded IST project SHAMAN, which studied the security of future mobile systems, and ran the Secure Applications Steering Group for Mobile VCE. Other collaborative research projects on various aspects of security for mobile communications include 3GS3 in the UK-funded LINK programme, and ASPeCT and USECA in the European ACTS programme. His research interests include cryptography, security of systems and applications of mathematics to telecommunications. He received a PhD in functional analysis from Goldsmith's College, London, and an MA in mathematics from the Queen's College, Oxford, and is a visiting professor at Kingston University. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and a Chartered Mathematician.

Session details

CWIC 2019: Digitising Industry

Agriculture. Intelligent Cities. Manufacturing. Mobility Services. Retail & Consumer Electronics. Utilities. Engineers and business leaders will assemble at CWIC 2019 to discover the latest technologies revolutionising these sectors. The event is fully booked CW is operating a waiting list - contact the team for further details.

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