Uppsala Association of International Affairs and Uppsala Forum on Democracy, Peace and Justice welcome you to Cyber Security Day!
Security policy is one of the most pressing issues when it comes to foreign affairs. With the digital development come new obstacles for keeping a country safe. A new type of warfare where other nations can jeopardize the democratic process – as with the US election, and private hacker groups that can have great impact. What is cyber security and how does it influence a country’s national security?
The day includes three happenings: a panel discussion and two lectures. Free lunch is included for those who sign up.
11:15 – 12:30 – Opening Panel Discussion: What is cyber security?
This opening panel discussion will introduce the concept of cyber security and its implications to those without former insight in the subject as well as to expand the knowledge among the already initiated listeners.
The three panelists are:
Sir David Ferbrache – Technical Director KPMG and former Head of Cyber and Space for the Ministry of Defence UK. Sir Ferbrache will contribute with the state and private perspective internationally and in Great Britain. He has over 25 years of cyber and information security expertise.
Marika Ericson – Bachelor of Laws LL.B. PhD in military technology at SEDU (The Swedish Defence University), researching about cyber attacks and their classification as crimes or acts of war in international law. Marika Ericson will contribute with the legal perspective and academic knowledge about cyber warfare.
Panos Papadimitratos – Associate Professor KTH, leading the Networked Systems Security (NSS) Group. He earned his PhD from Cornell University, US.
12:30 – 13.15 – FREE lunch will be offered – pre-registration is required.
Application is to be found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1J6dh7Cw_5CdXqWHCidwL5tK4Qx90J7JCxEu5Ib13tCg/edit
13.15 – 14.30 – Lecture: Internet activism and hacktivism. Lecturer soon to be announced.
15:00-16:30 – Lecture: Sir David Ferbrache about cybercrime:
“Ruthless, Rational, Entrepreneurs – the changing face of cybercrime”: How does the world of cyber criminals work? Sir Ferbrache will give us an insight: Cyber criminals are driven by hard cash and they seek return on their investment. Therefore they make rational investment choices to develop new attack tools, select their targets and change techniques. Our security response often break their entrepreneurial and innovative approach in attempt to stop the threat posed to our digital economy.
In collaboration with Uppsala Forum on Democracy, Peace and Justice, and Folkuniversitetet.
FACEBOOK EVENT HERE.
Location: Statsvetenskapliga Institutionen, Brusewitzsalen, Östra Ågatan 19
Admission: FREE for everyone.