I introduced the idea of a Pan-European Digital Stalking Response Protocol at the #32C3 Chaos Communication Congress, the biggest hacker conference in Europe (talk begins at 30.08 in the video)
There no simple go to place for real information wrt to protection and response to cases of digital stalking, but also the information needed is very country specific. However there are clear areas that need to be addressed, regardless of country, and we propose the creation of a Pan-European protocol on digital stalking which we will begin at a self organised session here at 32C3.
Insafe training meetings provide an opportunity for members of the network of European Safer Internet Centres (awareness raising, helplines and youth participation) to come together to discuss the latest trends in online safety issues, and share experiences and best practice examples of empowering children and young people to stay safe online.
My 2 sessions were:
“I’ve been hacked” Hacking, social engineering & pervasive algorithms
But have you actually been hacked? Or have you been socially engineered?
This workshop will explore the differences and similarities between the two and also look at how we may think we have agency in our decisions but often pervasive algorithms are determining what we can and can’t do.
We Can Haz ALL your information
Wearables, IoT and Big Data
As even more of our data is going to be made available through wearables and the “Internet of Things”, this workshop will look at the risks and realities behind the hype
As part of my client work for the BEESECURE project of the Luxembourg government, I recently participated in the first CryptoParty4Kids which took place during the annual international conference Hack.lu about computer security, privacy, information technology and its cultural/technical implication on society.
I will be participating in the Safer Internet Forum which takes place in Luxembourg on October 28th & 29th in the session “Keeping up with technology: embracing the good, challenging the bad” – Parallel session A1: Youth empowerment – skills, literacy and creativity
SIF 2015 is organised by European Schoolnet on behalf of the European Commission in the framework of the EC Better Internet for Kids strategy with funding provided by the Connecting Europe Facility programme (CEF).
Join us for Safer Internet Forum (SIF) 2015, where we, along with key experts and stakeholders from Europe and beyond, will consider how to break down barriers to help make the internet a better – and more trusted – place!
We’ve seen an explosion in connectivity in recent years, and the Internet of Things has very much become a reality. Our everyday lives are being transformed by connected devices in our homes, cars and on our beings with wearable devices. But as the focus is now shifting to products aimed at younger users with the Internet of Toys – wristbands, dolls and action figures aimed at young children connecting to the cloud – do we need to rethink traditional concepts of child protection online? How will this new wave of devices impact upon the digital rights of children and young people – now and in the future – to play and create online, while retaining their privacy? And how do we as adults – parents, carers, educators and consumers – gain trust in the new products and services on offer to protect our best interests, and those of our children?
Panel discussions will focus on topics ranging from emerging technologies and trends, to children’s rights in a digital world, and policies and best practices in and beyond Europe. Importantly, we will also hear from young people direct as European Youth Ambassadors share their hopes and dreams – and concerns – for their connected futures.