Events Calendar

May 2018

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  • CCW: Cyber Strategy: The evolution of cyber power and coercion. Brandon Valeriano (Marine Corps University)
  • MEC Seminar: Arab media in the new age. George Hawatmeh (Jordan Radio and Television Corporation)
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  • CTGA: State-Sponsored Hacktivism: Attributing Cyber Information Operations Using Hacktivist Personas. Christy Quinn (Security Specialist in Cyber Threat Intelligence)
  • Reuters Institute: Political actors and the manipulation of social media audience groups through the use of junk news and other forms of automation. Vidya Narayanan (director of research, Computational Propaganda Project, OII)
  • OII OxDeg: Cyber-utopian City: Revolution, Venture Capital, and the Rise of the Activist-Entrepreneur in Egypt. Kira Allman
  • KPMG on Cyber Security. Imran Ghani (KPMG)
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  • CDT Annual Conference - Smart City theme
  • Securing the IoT: Critical Research Challenges. Sean Smith (Dartmouth)
  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security Reading Group (details tba)
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  • CSIT Cyber Security Summit
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  • CSIT Cyber Security Summit
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  • Robot Rules: Regulating Artificial Intelligence. Jacob Turner
  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security Reading Group (details tba)
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  • Free, Open, Peaceful and Secure: Applying the UK's New 'Fusion Doctrine' in Cyberspace. Nick Dean (Deputy Director, National Security Secretariat, Cabinet Office)
  • Crypto seminar: Challenges of End-to-End Encryption in Facebook Messenger. Jon Millican, Facebook
  • OII OxDeg: Face values in computer vision: research goals, ethical issues and technical limitations in facial recognition. Giles Bergel
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  • OII: Russia, Cambridge Analytica, and What Else? Groups and Targets behind Divisive Issue Campaigns on Facebook. Professor Young Mie Kim
  • BCS Oxfordshire: Cyber Security: what keeps me up at night! Jason R.C. Nurse (light refreshments from 6.30)
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  • User perceptions of secure communication tools. Ruba Abu-Salma
  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security Reading Group (details tba)
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  • Inside the (Real) Zero Day Industry. Joseph Cox (Motherboard)
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  • Data and inequality: Perceptions of inequality and their links to political instability: The role of data science. Karsten Donnay (University of Konstanz)
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  • Cyber Cafe
  • Security Reading Group (details tba)
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