Univeristy debate: “Would you trade privacy rights against data security?”

CRIDES (Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire Droit Entreprise et Société), UCLouvain

The goal is to discuss ethics in cybersecurity, enable to better understand risks and provide useful toolkit to help ensuring security online.

Activity website: https://uclouvain.be/fr/instituts-recherche/juri/crides/evenements/conference-would-you-trade-your-privacy-rights-against-data-security-31-10-19.html

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Time & Place

31 Oct 2019 from 13:00 to 14:00
UCLouvain –Auditoires Montesquieu (MONT 02) – Place Montesquieu -1348 Louvain-la-Neuve Belgium Belgium

Target Audience

General public, students interested in cybersecurity and privacy matters.


Through interactive games, the debate will raise awareness on cybersecurity risks of emerging technologies. Learn on the types of cyber risks linked to electronic devices, such as phishing, malware, spoofing or shoulder surfing. It would be an opportunity not only to discuss ethics in cybersecurity but also to increase the understanding of cyber risks, allow participants to position themselves in the public debate and provide useful toolkit to help ensuring security online. Particular attention will be paid to cyber hygiene practices such as multi-factor authentication, passwords, software updates and antiviruses. The debate will be moderated by Alain Strowel (UCLouvain, CRIDES) with the input of Diletta De Cicco (Associate, Mayer Brown) and Charles-Albert Helleputte (UCLouvain, CRIDES & partner Mayer Brown).

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