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Please join us for next event of our 2020 Research Exchange series!
When: Thursday, November 12, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT (hosted virtually)
What: “Protecting and Securing a More Inclusive Society Online”
How can technology be designed and deployed to make cybersecurity more accessible to underserved populations who may be particularly vulnerable to digital security threats, and who may have less technical training or resources? How can individuals with little experience with technology be trained and informed about making choices to keep themselves secure? This virtual conference will feature recent and ongoing research from a diverse group of UC Berkeley researchers who are developing knowledge, tools and methods to empower people and organizations to use technology to fulfill their missions, defend against digital threats, and create more equitable access to digital security.
The Research Exchange features the work of a diverse group of CLTC-affiliated researchers who are pushing the boundaries of technology, social science, and the humanities to positively influence how individuals, organizations, and governments think about and deal with cybersecurity issues. More information on the event will be shared with event registrants in the coming weeks.
“Protecting and Securing a More Inclusive Society Online” Presentations:
- Venkatachalam Anantharam, Enabling online anonymity for vulnerable individuals and organizations
- Laura Gomez-Pathak, Low-income Patients’ Perspectives on Health Data Privacy and Security
- Alisa Frik, Usability of Privacy and Security Settings in Smartphones
- Nathan Malkin, Privacy Controls for Always-Listening Devices
- James Pierce, Cybersecurity for Non-Primary and Primary Users of Always-On Internet of Things Devices: An Ethnographic, Participatory, and Multidisciplinary Design Approach
- Michelle Chen and Ashish Sur, Sounds Phishy: Protecting Consumers Against Phone Phishing
- Sandra Wheatley Smerdon and Larry Whiteside Jr., Expanding Diverse Talent in the Cybersecurity Workforce
And save the date for the final event of the series, “Long-Term Security Implications of AI/ML systems,” scheduled for December 10.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Thank you for all of your ongoing support of the Center. We hope to see you (virtually) at this year’s Research Exchange!
If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting, CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) or information about mobility access in order to fully participate in this event, please contact Rachel Wesen at email@example.com with as much advance notice as possible and at least 7–10 days in advance of the event.