James Lyne: Everyday cybercrime and what you can do about it...
How much are we trading off convenience for privacy and security? James Lyne explores the rising sophistication of malware and growing threat of cyber-attacks and presents the steps you can take to protect yourselves.
Lorrie Faith Cranor: What’s wrong with your pa$$word?
Computer Science and Engineering Professor Lorrie Faith Cranor studied thousands of passwords, observing the common mistakes that users make to compromise their security, making them more susceptible to hackers and shares with us the secrets to futureproofing your passwords.
Rodrigo Bijou: Governments don’t understand cyber warfare. We need hackers
Warfare and radicalisation is being waged online and governments can’t keep up with this increasingly digital conflict. Security analyst Rodrigo Bijou calls upon governments and corporations to reject easily exploited mass surveillance and support and educate the younger generation of hackers.
Chris Domas: The 1s and 0s behind Cyber Warfare
Unlocking the means to stop the bad guys, Chris Domas presents the innovative ways Cyber Security Researchers are using visual abstraction to analyse patterns in binary code and deliver defensive and offensive cyber operations.
Keren Elazari: Hackers: the Internet’s immune system
Cyber Security expert Keren Elazari presents the argument that hackers can do a lot more than break things, representing an exceptional force for change, impacting civil liberties, innovation and forcing us to evolve and improve.