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ISPIA/CMSS Workshop: Defining Private and Public Interests in Cybersecurity

Date & Time:
October 31, 2016 | 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Location:
Event Centre, University of Calgary Downtown Campus
Speaker:
Dr. Ken Barker, Computer Science, University of Calgary; Dr. Barry Cooper, Political Science, University of Calgary; Dr. Emily Laidlaw, Law, University of Calgary; Ryan Jepson, Calgary Police Service; Dr. Philip Fong, Computer Science, University of Calgary.

Societies have always been challenged by the need to provide security for their citizens in the face of other competing societal values. Cybersecurity is only the latest manifestation of this challenge because providing digital security often reveals private information about individuals that is irrelevant to the provision of their security. Modern society is facing a novel expression of this age old challenge. This workshop will address the tension between privacy and security in the modern cyber environment, explore corporate obligations that are or should be in place to protect individual privacy while providing security; and consider the personal responsibility in an age of social media. 

October 31, 2016

Event Centre, University of Calgary Downtown Campus,

1:00-6:00 pm

Sessions:

Introduction by Anne Katzenberg, Associate Vice-President (Research)

1 - 2pm Social Media and Personal Security/Privacy
Emily Laidlaw, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law
Philip Fong, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science
Moderator: Greg Hagen, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law; Associate Dean - Res & Graduate Program Director, Faculty of Law

2 - 3pm What are Corporate Obligations
Ken Barker, Professor, Department of Computer Science
Mike Tolfree, Lawyer, City of Calgary
Moderator: Svetlana Yanushkevich, Interim Department Head, Schulich School of Engineering, University of Calgary

3 - 4pm What is the Relationship Between Privacy & Security
Barry Cooper, Professor, Department of Political Science
Ryan Jepson, Calgary Police Services, Technical Operations Section
Moderator: Terry Terriff, Professor, Department of Political Science

4 - 5pm Lightning Round

**This is an opportunity for the audience to present their perspective on an issue related to the workshop. Up to 5 minutes per person will be allocated.**

Moderators: David Bercuson, Director, CMSS; Professor, Department of History
Rei Safavi-Naini, Director, ISPIA; Professor, Department of Computer Science