Individual Rights in a Digital World
Sherri Davidoff, Jennifer Tu
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)
Recent events have created a push for greater security in America, which may require increased surveillance and tracking of individuals by the government and employers. Where does the need for security begin to interfere with individual privacy rights? How far must we go to protect our nation, and when does security become a threat? The SIPB Lecture Series explores the balance between security and individual rights in the modern world.
Contact: Sherri Davidoff, W20-557, 253-7788, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor: Student Information Processing Board
Supervisory Special Agent John MacKinnon
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
International internet investigations and the race to collect far away electronic evidence; working with challenges of international law, treaties and privileged data, and making the case in court, without scuttling basic privacy protections, here or abroad.
Thu Jan 13, 07:30-09:00pm, 4-237
Ethics, Privacy, Politics, and the Practice of Security
Bob Mahoney - Zanshin Security, LLC
Security professionals are often caught between competing notions of what is "right", and reconciling personal perspectives and values with day to day work can be difficult. Join us for a discussion of security in the real world, what it's like to have a job in security, and what one security weenie sees happening around him.
Thu Jan 20, 07:30-09:00pm, 4-237
Special Agent Tim Russell, FBI Boston Division
This talk will explore current trends in Cyber crime enforcement and how law enforcement agencies are working together to track and deter criminals in Cyber space (such as 'Operation Web Snare'). Growing vigilance is needed for businesses, as well as individuals, to secure their information and avoid becoming victims of Internet-based crime.
Thu Jan 27, 07:30-09:00pm, 4-237
Latest update: 04-Jan-2005