April 13, 2018

RSVP for 4/26 Seminar with Doug Tygar, “Adversarial Machine Learning”

Thursday, 4/26, 12-1pm Adversarial Machine Learning Please join us on Thursday, April 26 at 12pm for the third and final event in the CLTC Spring 2018 Seminar Series. This seminar will feature Doug Tygar, Professor of Computer Science and Professor of Information Management at UC Berkeley. A light lunch will…

March 26, 2018

Video: Juliana Schroeder, “Mistaking Minds and Machines”

On Thursday, March 22 at 12pm, the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity was honored to host Juliana Schroeder, Assistant Professor in UC Berkeley’s Haas Management of Organizations Group, for the second event in our Spring 2018 Seminar Series. Schroeder’s presentation, “Mistaking Minds and Machines: How Cues in Language Affect Evaluations of…

March 20, 2018

Q&A with Juliana Schroeder: On Humans, Machines, and Trust

On Thursday, March 22 at 12pm, the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity will host the second event in our Spring 2018 Seminar Series. This presentation will feature Juliana Schroeder, Assistant Professor in UC Berkeley’s Haas Management of Organizations Group. RSVP here to attend this event, which will be held on South…

March 14, 2018

RSVP: CLTC Lunch Seminar with Juliana Schroeder, 3/22, 12pm

Thursday, 3/22, 12-1pm Mistaking Minds and Machines: How Speech Affects Dehumanization and Anthropomorphism Juliana Schroeder, Assistant Professor, Haas Management of Organizations Group Treating a human mind like a machine is an essential component of dehumanization, whereas attributing a humanlike mind to a machine is an essential component of anthropomorphism. Please…

March 2, 2018

RSVP for March 8 Seminar on Policing, Surveillance, and Big Data

Please join us on March 8 at 12pm as we kick off our 2018 Spring Seminar Series with a conversation between two scholars discussing surveillance, policing, and civil liberties in the age of “big data.” In his talk, “The Rise of Big Data Policing,” Andrew Guthrie Ferguson will focus on…

February 22, 2018

CLTC Announces 2018 Spring Seminar Series

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is pleased to announce our 2018 Spring Seminar Series. We are honored to welcome four distinguished speakers from the UC Berkeley community and beyond. On March 8, Catherine Crump, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Samuelson Law, Technology & Public Policy Clinic, and…

November 11, 2017

RSVP: Camille Francois, Principal Researcher, Jigsaw: 11/16, 12pm

Thursday, 11/16, 12-1pm: South Hall, Room 205 Camille Francois Principal Researcher, Jigsaw RSVP here As the final event in our Fall Seminar Series, the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is honored to present Camille Francois, Principal Researcher at Jigsaw, a think tank and technology incubator within Google / Alphabet….

November 5, 2017

New York Times’ David Sanger Presents CLTC Seminar on Russian Election Hacks

    On November 1, the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity was honored to welcome David Sanger, National Security Correspondent for the New York Times, for a presentation entitled “The Russia Hack and the Challenge to American Democracy.” Mr. Sanger spoke at UC Berkeley’s Banatao Auditorium as part of our Fall…

October 19, 2017

RSVP for 11/1 Seminar with David Sanger, New York Times

Join us on 11/1 at 4pm for a CLTC Seminar: “The Russia Hack and the Challenge to American Democracy” Featuring David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent, The New York Times Location: Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall, UC Berkeley Campus   RSVP here As part of our Fall 2017 Seminar Series, the…

October 13, 2017

VIDEO: David Dill, “Voting Computer Security in the Age of Cyber War”

On Oct. 12, CLTC was honored to welcome David Dill, Donald E. Knuth Professor in the School of Engineering and Professor of Computer Science and, by courtesy, Electrical Engineering at Stanford University, for a lunch seminar entitled, “Voting Computer in the Age of Cyber War.” In his talk, Dill discussed…

October 9, 2017

RSVP for CLTC Seminar with David Dill, Thursday, 10/12, 12-1pm

RSVP here for “Voting Computer Security in the Age of Cyber War” David Dill, Professor, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University We’ve known for decades that computerized vote-counting equipment is highly vulnerable to attack by people who want to affect the outcome of an election.  This possibility has been made…

September 15, 2017

CLTC Announces Fall 2017 Lunch Seminar Series on “Cybersecurity and Democracy”

The Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is honored to welcome four distinguished speakers—Sean Zadig, Director, Oath (Yahoo) Threat Investigations; David Dill, Professor, Department of Computer Science at Stanford University; David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times; and Camille Francois, Principal Researcher for Jigsaw—for our Fall 2017 Lunch Seminar…

July 27, 2017

CLTC Grantee Egelman: Half of Android “Family” Apps Violate Children’s Privacy Law

“When parents download a learning or gaming app from the ‘Designed for Families’ section of the Google Play store, they likely assume that those apps keep their kids’ data safe. After all, the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) prohibits website operators and app developers from tracking or collecting personal…

May 8, 2017

VIDEO: CLTC Seminar with Ignacio Arnaldo, Data Scientist, PatternEx

On May 2, 2017, CLTC was honored to welcome Ignacio Arnaldo, who serves as chief data scientist at PatternEx, a Bay Area startup that is working to develop an artificial intelligence platform for information security (InfoSec). PatternEx leverages state-of-the-art machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms for real-time attack prevention in…

May 2, 2017

5/2, 1pm: CLTC Seminar with Ignacio Arnaldo

Ignacio Arnaldo Chief Data Scientist, PatternEx “AI for Enterprise Security: The Challenges From a Data Scientist’s Perspective” May 2, 1pm. UC Berkeley South Hall, Room 205     As part of a layered defense strategy, organizations rely on advanced analytics to monitor internal activity in real time, and they use…