• Tuesday, September 27, 2022


Cyber security ‘hottest subject’ with British Asian students

Lord Paul (third from left) with (from left) Dr Kevan Buckley, Steve Garner and Prof Nazira Karodia at the graduation ceremony

By: Eastern Eye Staff

With businesses, government departments and defence installations needing to protect themselves increasingly against hacking and industrial espionage, the study of cyber security has become the “hottest” subject among British-Asian students at Wolverhampton University. This was revealed on Friday (September 23) when British-Indian industrialist Lord Swraj Paul presided on graduation day for mathematics and computer science students at Wolverhampton where he has been chancellor since 1999. The university, which has 23,000 students, a highly proportion of them of Indian or Pakistani origin or directly from the subcontinent, is setting up a “cyber security centre”, said to be the first of its…

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