(PRWEB) June 24, 2013
Produced with the kind support of the National Museum of Computing, the Alan Turing Commemorative Edition is to be released by SBL in September 2013. The cyber security company who specialize in providing an innovative range of IT solutions have announced that issue three of CyberTalk will be devoted to celebrating the life, work and legacy of one of Britain’s most unsung heroes; Alan Turing.
The Alan Turing special edition of CyberTalk is dedicated to celebrating his lifetime achievements and the impact he has had on the history of computing, computer science and artificial intelligence. The third issue promises to acknowledge the work of both men and women who have contributed to quietly changing and developing the world and have not received the recognition that they rightly deserve.
Turing was highly influential in the world of computer science and formulated computer algorithms with the Turing machine invented by Alan in 1936, aged just 24 years old.
Alan Turing has inspired the third edition of CyberTalk from start to finish, and SBL are excited for the commemorative publication to launch in September 2013.
CyberTalk is read by around 40,000 readers both in hard copy and online and is circulated in various institutes and learning centres in the UK, USA, Norway and Sweden.
SBL have also announced that they are now open to accepting editorial contributors to submit articles for the CyberTalk magazines produced quarterly.
If you have experience in writing articles for publications then submit your article for consideration. Articles for the September Edition need to be submitted by 15th July 2013.
CyberTalk Three will form a major part of SBL’s presence at a number of events throughout September 2013, visit the company’s website for more information on their exhibition dates and pick up your issue of CyberTalk, designed and produced by digital marketing agency Reflect Digital. Previous CyberTalk issues are available to view online now.
Issue 3 Call for articles closes on 17 June 2013.