Tackling Malicious Intent
In dit webinar zal Lesley Nuttall ons aan de hand van voorbeelden bewust maken van misbruik met behulp van technology en wat we eraan kunnen doen. LET OP: de voertaal van deze webinar is Engels!
The influence of technology is two-way - while people and society drive technological change, changing technologies can in turn shape society and the individual with new applications and devices literally transforming the way we work and live. The messy reality is that technology impacts lives, in both positive and negative ways. At its best, technology supports initiatives of all kinds. At its worst, there are unanticipated consequences or even malevolent uses and unfortunately even well meaning applications and devices are being manipulated to cause real-world harm. Those same technologies that connect and protect us are being exploited to exert an unprecedented level of control over vulnerable individuals.
Recognising this as a growing issue, in May 2020 IBM published Five Technology Design Principles to Combat Domestic Abuse, proposing a way of resisting melevolent manipulation of technology through thoughtful design. However, while many technologists have a key desire to build safe applications and devices, identifying how perpetrators may manipulate technology to harm vulnerable individuals, and devising measures to lessen those manipulations, is no easy task.
This talk will introduce the MISUSE threat model frameworks. Just as technologists put on an imaginary hacker’s hat, seeing their product through a hacker's eyes when pinpointing security threats - so too can they now put on an imaginary abuser's hat, focusing on perpetrator intent to recognise the full range of harms their technology could pose to individuals. With this understanding they can work towards mitigating those malicious intents by advancing the security, privacy, and usability of their technologies - improving the lives of some of society’s most vulnerable people.
Lesley is a cyber security specialist focused on tackling challenging technical issues. She advocates that technology built on a foundation of compassion will better serve humanity
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€ 50,00 (€ 60,50 incl. BTW)