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Henson, Richard and Sutcliffe, D. (2013) A Model for Proactively Insuring SMEs in the Supply Chain Against Cyber Risk. Atiner Conference Paper Series No: SME2013-0547. ISSN 2241-2891

Kuzma, Joanne and Price, Colin and Henson, Richard (2010) Flash Vulnerabilities Analysis of US Educational Websites. International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics , 3 (2). pp. 95-107. ISSN 1751-9128


Kuzma, Joanne and Wright, Warren and Henson, Richard (2011) Implementation of Online Submission and Marking in Worcester Business School. Project Report. University of Worcester, Worcester Journal of Learning & Teaching.

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Henson, Richard and Garfield, Joy (2015) What Business Environment Changes Are Needed to Cause SME’s to Take a Strategic Approach to Information Security? In: 12th Annual International Conference on SME’s, Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Management –Marketing – Economic – Social Aspects, 27-30 July 2015, Athens, Greece. (Submitted)

Henson, Richard and Dresner, D. and Booth, D. (2011) IASME: Information Security Management Evolution for SMEs. In: ATINER 8th Annual International Conference on Small & Mediun Sized Enterprises: Management - Marketing, 1st - 4th August 2011, Athens . (Submitted)

Henson, Richard and Kuzma, Joanne (2010) End User Computing and Information Security: a Retrospective Look at the De-centralisation of Data Processing and Emerging Organisational Information Risk. In: UK Academy for Information Systems, 15th Annual Conference, 23-24 March 2010, University of Oxford.

Henson, Richard and Hallas, B. (2009) "SMEs, Information Risk Management, and ROI". In: Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) SMEs Conference 2009, 10th - 13th August 2009, Athens, Greece. (Submitted)

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