The ever evolving networked world has increased our ability for connectedness, smart technologies and efficiencies in our homes and global community. But as the cyber landscape advances, so does the need for greater security measures that provide the framework protecting the very fabric of our new smart society.
The digital revolution has brought opportunities - self driving cars, internet of things (IoT), digitial currencies (BitCoin), robotics and the list goes on. We have never had so much human "traceability" and this can be used in a positive way for intelligence. However, with opportunities come challenges. With the increasing disruption what are the emerging technologies that threaten our cyber security, and how can we build a safer cyber world?
At this UTSpeaks you will hear from experts in cyber forensics, IoT and cyber security exploring the opportunities and challenges that we face in a "smart world".
- Professor Claude Roux Professor of Forensic Science, UTS
- Industry Associate Professor Frank Zeichner CEO of IoTAA, Director of Knowledge Economy Institute, UTS
- Ben Whitham Science & Research Engineer, Pen10 Security Solution
- Richard Watson Lead Partner APAC Cyber Security, Ernst & Young
The event is free but registration is required: follow the "attend" button above.