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Thursday, February 21 • 16:00 - 17:30
The future of security and privacy (keynote)

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In the last two decades, technology has had a significant impact on everyone's lives. In this lecture, we analyze how main information technology trends made their impact on the security and privacy of citizens.


Abstract
If you are not doing anything wrong, you have nothing to hide. This argument is often used, but not always easy to counter. In the last two decades, technology has had a significant impact on everyone's lives. Some may argue that these changes are pushed upon us by major corporations. However, others argue that we bring all this technology in ourselves. Just look at the myriad of smart devices in a modern household.

In this lecture, we analyze a number of leading information technology trends. We investigate their impact on the security and privacy of citizens. Topics that are covered include the IoT, cloud and edge computing, big data and AI. We also look at the growing role of law enforcement, intelligence services and the military in cyberspace.


This session is intended for anyone building, designing or securing applications.

Speakers
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Bart Preneel

Full professor, KU Leuven


Thursday February 21, 2019 16:00 - 17:30
Main building (room Lemaire)