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In Conversation with Ciaran Martin, Founding CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre and now Professor, University of Oxford
During this session Ciaran will discuss the developments of secure technologies both now and in the future. In terms of the now, there will be an analysis of current security infrastructure, recent organised criminality and what some of the greater issues are outside of ransomware. Ciaran’s views on the future will parallel that optimistic view of how technology is changing, but the pessimism that we are in the midst of a New Tech Cold War.
In Conversation with Michelle King, Managing Director of Equality Forward, Former Director of Inclusion, Netflix and Leading Global Expert in Gender Equality
Based on over a decade’s worth of research Michelle believes that to tackle inequality we need to fix workplace cultures so that they work for everyone. She is the host of a popular podcast called The Fix and recently released her book: The Fix: Overcome the Invisible Barriers that are Holding Women Back at Work.
In Conversation with Max Schrems, Author and Renowned Data Protection Activist, “the man who took on Facebook and won”, Chairperson of NOYB
We’re excited to welcome leading data privacy activist Max Schrems following his landmark ‘Schrems II’ case last year. Hear Max’s reflection on the past 3 years of GDPR and what the future holds.
His latest campaign with NOYB targets “cookie banner terror” online. “Frustrating people into clicking ‘okay’ is a clear violation of the GDPR’s principles. Under the law, companies must facilitate users to express their choice and design systems fairly,” Max said.
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