Events Calendar

November 2018

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  • The Future of Cyberwar. Tarah Wheeler
  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security and Privacy Reading Group: Keys under doormats: Mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications
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  • Deadline for StandICT.eu call for ICT standards activities
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  • PEFM: Navigating global challenges: An insurance viewpoint. Julian Adams (Prudential)
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  • What is the point of engaging the public in science and health research? Imran Khan (Head of Public Engagement, Wellcome Trust)
  • From PhD to Startup: Dave Hunter, CEO, Optimal Labs
  • OUSSG: By Way of Deception: The Changing Role of Secrecy in the Information Age. David Balson (Director of Intelligence, Ripjar)
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  • CTGA: The Politics and Technology of Cyber Security. Danny Steed (ReSolve Cyber)
  • Cryptography: Lattice-Based Zero-Knowledge Arguments for Integer Relations. Khoa Nguyen (Nanyang Technological University)
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  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security and Privacy Reading Group (details tba)
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  • Ensoft: How to Break the Internet. Simon Chatterjee (Ensoft)
  • OII: Surveillance capitalism, governance and social justice: moving beyond data centrism. Lina Dencik (Cardiff)
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  • Federal Prosecution Service against CyberCrimes and Prevention. Neide Cardoso de Oliveira and Fernanda Teixeira Souza Domingos
  • Data’s dirty tricks: the new spaces of fake news, harvesting and contortion
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  • UK's Code of Practice on Consumer IoT Security. David Rogers (CEO, Copper Horse)
  • Reasoning about Security of Amazon Web Services. Michael Tautschnig (Queen Mary University of London)
  • CSWG: Geneva Calling: a critical analysis of the Cybersecurity Tech Accord
  • Security and Privacy Reading Group: A risk analysis of a smart home automation system
  • ICANN workshop on DNS abuse/local laws and the threat of fragmentation. Bryan Schilling (Director of Consumer Safeguards, ICANN)
  • Communicating robust science. Clive Cookson (Science Editor, Financial Times)
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  • Why science matters for policy. Patrick Valance (GCSA, Government Office for Science)
  • Alan Tayler Lecture: The Mathematics Behind the AI Revolution. Christopher Bishop (Microsoft Research Cambridge)
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  • CTGA: Persistent engagement in Cyberspace. JD Work (Marine Corps University)
  • Milner Prize lecture: When to trust a self-driving car... Marta Kwiatkowska
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  • CTGA: Will European cybersecurity policy deliver strategic autonomy and cyber sovereignty? Paul Timmers and James Morrison
  • Strachey lecture: Steps Towards Super Intelligence. Rodney Brooks (MIT)
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  • Academia - Government Networking Event on Transport Security
  • OII: From identity and inequality to aggregation and transfer: discourses of social differentiation in a smart city. Gillian Rose
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  • STAIR abstract deadline
  • CfP deadline: CCW conference: The conduct of war - past, present and future
  • Cyber Criminals. Jonathan Lusthaus (Sociology)
  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security and Privacy Reading Group (details tba)
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  • Cryptography seminar by Alain Passelègue (ENS Lyon)
  • Effectively supporting and facilitating high quality science. Jennifer Rubin (Executive Chair, Economic and Social Research Council)
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  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security and Privacy Reading Group (details tba)

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