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Cybertalks: a Series of Mini-lectures on Cybersecurity

From:Tu 18-01-2022 16:00
Until:Tu 29-03-2022 17:00
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As part of the Cybersecurity Noord-Nederland project, the University of Groningen hosts a series of mini-lectures on cybersecurity. The lectures will be given by experts in the field of cybersecurity. Each of the speakers will discuss cybersecurity threats, vulnerabilities as well as remedies from different perspectives. All lectures will start at 4 pm CET. Join us online these coming months to explore the challenges posed by cybersecurity by registering via Overview of Cybertalks and Registration.

Upcoming Cybertalks:

18 January 2022

Michele Molè

Welcome to the era of the 'datafied' workplace: risks and opportunities of the new surveillance through AI and IoT

25 January 2022

Jurjen Jansen

Cyber Resilience: a Closer Look at the Human Factor

4 February 2022

Fatih Turkmen

Attacking Machine Learning Systems and an Overview of Security/Privacy Research at RUG

8 February 2022

Evgeni Moyakine

The Never-ending Quest for Attribution of Cyber Operations to States and the Issue of State Control over Non-State Actors in Cyberspace

15 February 2022

Michel Van der Plas

Consumer cyber(in)security in a world of FinTech: The case of comparison tools and financial aggregator platforms

22 February 2022

Marco Vellinga

Walk the Line: How a Telecom Company Secures Customer Data While Staying on the Right Side of the Law

1 March 2022

Erik Rutkens

You will be hacked!

8 March 2022

Jeanne Mifsud Bonnici

To be announced

15 March 2022

Rix Groenboom

How to validate your software & IT (with examples from eHealth, energy and other industries)

22 March 2022

To be announced

To be announced

29 March 2022

Stephen McCombie

To be announced

For more information and registration see Overview of Cybertalks and Registration. If you have any questions, contact csnn .

This project has received funding from the Ruimtelijk Economisch Programma (REP) of the Province of Groningen.

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