Cyber security, data protection and privacy: Exploring the intersections between law, technology and policy

Date & time
5–7pm Wednesday 15 May 2019

Hanna Neumann Building, Building #145, University Ave, Canberra, ACT 2601


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Public event
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As technological capability advances, so too does the threat of cybercrime. Cyber insecurity and data breaches present significant risks to industry, government, national security and the wider community, including reputational damage and legal repercussions. Cyber security is a shared responsibility requiring effective action across all sectors.

In this forum, a panel of leading interdisciplinary experts from law, technology and national security will examine the legal, technical and political challenges of protecting Australia from cybercrime.

This event is proudly coordinated by the ANU College of Law as part of Law Week 2019. Delivered in May each year, Law Week is a national festival of events that aims to stimulate discussion about, and improve community understanding of, the law and justice system through engaging public events.

Panel speakers

Dr Lesley Seebeck (Chair)
ANU Cyber Institute, Australian National University

Professor Sally Wheeler OBE
ANU College of Law

Professor Roderic Broadhurst
School of Global Governance and Regulation [REGNET], ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

Dr Dominique Dalla-Pozza 
ANU College of Law

Dr Adam Henschke
National Security College, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

Dr Sarah Logan
Department of International Relations, ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

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