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In April, the Information Security Office invited the National Cyber Security Centre to Oxford to thank them for the work they did that kept Oxford’s vaccine research secure.

Professor Sir Andrew Pollard & Deputy Director of the NCSC

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the Information Security Office (InfoSec), part of the University of Oxford's Assurance Directorate, gave an update to researchers, academics, and staff on the threat landscape for higher education and research institutions at the Oxford Vaccine Group, on the fourth anniversary of when the Oxford/AZ vaccine research began.

Professor Sir Andrew Pollard and Dr Parvinder Aley OBE welcomed the NCSC to the Oxford Vaccine Group (OVG) where they were given a tour of the clinical and laboratory spaces. They also had unique opportunity to see where the first person received the first Oxford/AZ covid vaccine. 

Read the full story on the University of Oxford website 

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