On Thursday 27 January 2022 (2-3.30pm) SPRITE+ will be hosting an online community building event around communicating cybersecurity.
Our aim is to facilitate the building of potential collaborations and to explore opportunities for academics to partner with non-academic organisations to identify and explore the challenges of communicating cybersecurity. This event will feature short provocative talks and breakout discussions to identify key research challenges and future outputs.
This event will be relevant to researchers from STEM, humanities, arts and social science disciplines and non-academic members from regulators, government departments, businesses and third sector organisations.
Confirmed speakers include:
Dr Emma Moreton (University of Liverpool) - 'Communicating cyber threats: problems, responses, recommendations'
Professor Genevieve Liveley (University of Bristol) - 'A Morphology of the Cyber Security Tale'
Dr Ola Michalec (University of Bristol) - 'Hoping for the best but expecting the worst: how can we talk about security of emerging technologies?'
Call for Events is now open! We're supporting Members and Expert Fellows to lead activities that explore aspects of TIPS in the Digital Economy. We will help to organise the activity with up to £5,000 to cover the associated costs.
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