Date(s) - 27/02/2017
19:00 - 20:30
Data security is often discussed in public issues. However, do you – as a young, private individual – understand the need, importance, and impact of data security in your day-to-day life? In an increasingly digital world, where data is growing very rapidly – it might be time to think of how data protection plays a part in your own private life. This lecture will be given by Prof. Dr. Mifsud Bonnici – who is a Rosalind Franklin Fellow, a Chevening Scholar, and the current Chair of European Technology Law and Human Rights at the University of Groningen. She also co-founded the Security, Technology & e-Privacy (STeP) research group, which studies privacy, data protection, security sciences, and cybercrime, among many others.
Join us on 27 February (Monday) at 19:00 at the Van Der Leeuwzaal (Academy Building) for an engaging lecture by Prof. Bonnici, followed by an interactive discussion. Attendance is FREE – make sure to arrive on time. See you all there!