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Transatlantic Conference: Building Common Approaches for Cybersecurity and Privacy in a Globalized World

The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) organises – in cooperation with the New York University (NYU) – the second of a series of two conferences on »Building Common Approaches for Cybersecurity and Privacy in a Globalized World« from 1–3 October 2018 in New York.

 

Transatlantic Conference:
Building Common Approaches for Cybersecurity and Privacy in a Globalized World
1–3 October 2018 | NYU School of Law
Lester Pollack Colloquium Room | 245 Sullivan Street, 9th Floor

 

Read further: edited volume

 

conference's edited volume (pdf)

 

The conferences address a pressing challenge in the transatlantic relationship: the tension between cyber security and data protection.

We will bring together cyber security, data protection and governance experts, lawyers and representatives from security agencies, businesses and politics in order to analyse the problems in this field, to deepen the understanding of different concepts, to develop approaches and strategies for solutions, while ensuring a more productive integration of the relatively independent discourses in the USA and Europe on this issue.

| Have a look at the conference’s edited volume (pdf)
 

 

Please note that this is an invitation-only event.

Event date

1 Oct 2018 – 3 Oct 2018 ical | gcal

 

Location

NYU School of Law | Lester Pollack Colloquium Room,  245 Sullivan Street, 9th Floor,   New York

Contact

Jörg Pohle, Dr.

Co-Head of Research Programme: Actors, Data and Infrastructures

Upcoming