Date(s) - 17 May 2018
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Oxford e-Research Centre
Dr Jason R. C. Nurse
Department of Computer Science & Wolfson College, University of Oxford
Our world is driven by technology and while it offers a plethora of benefits to society, it also opens us up to new and complex risks. This talk will discuss some of the most significant of these touching on topics including the internet of things, social engineering and online risks.
About the Speaker
Dr Jason R.C. Nurse is a Research Fellow in the field in Computer Science, Visiting Fellow in Defence and Security at Cranfield University, and Professional Member of the British Computing Society (MBCS).
His research concentrates on pursuing novel, interdisciplinary approaches to enhance and maintain cybersecurity for organisations and individuals. This considers the full spectrum of technologies in use today and encompasses topics such as corporate security, privacy and security in the internet-of-things systems, risk assessment in complex systems, identity security in cyberspace, cybercrime and fake news and rumours on social media.
Sandwiches and light refreshments are served from 6:30.
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