IEEE Digital Privacy Workshop
Digital privacy has become a top social concern for the expanding digital world. Societies are trying to define and navigate the future of digital privacy and determine technological solutions, new policies, and frameworks needed to protect individuals while maintaining support for digital services. There are several broad areas where the landscape is undefined, where policies still need to be developed, and where IEEE expertise may greatly impact the future of “privacy” on-line. The Digital Privacy Project is exploring how IEEE can best add to this discussion – bringing the perspective of technologists – to help advance solutions to protect personal and private information.
Dependencies in Modern IT Systems
The variety of dependencies in modern IT systems provides several advantages, but also has a strong impact on the security and resilience of these systems. A number of recent incidents, such as the “SolarWinds attack” on US governmental agencies, underline the difficulty of securing systems that are composed of various apparently independent components.
How aware are organisations of their IT dependencies? How do they manage them? How are dependencies taken into account in the decision process? The goal of this workshop is to gather experiences, and to present approaches that tackle these dependency issues, from theoretical and practical points of view.
This event is organized by the Swiss Support Center for Cybersecurity (SSCC), in collaboration with the Center for Digital Trust (C4DT) at EPFL and the Zurich Information Security Center (ZISC) at ETHZ.
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SDSC-Connect Workshop: Digital Manufacturing
The 2nd SDSC-Connect workshop named “Paving the way for Digital Manufacturing” will take place at the Kursaal, Bern. It will address the sometimes unforeseen challenges in a data-driven world and leading industry experts will share their views on the 4th industrial revolution we are experiencing.
3rd JPEG Workshop on Media Blockchain
The JPEG committee calls for industry/academic participation to its 3rd workshop on media blockchain.
This free public workshop will be held in Geneva on Wednesday the 20th of March 2019 in conjunction with the 83rd ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG1 (JPEG) Meeting.