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CSM2021 Webinar – Data sharing hygiene and its implications in security

CSM2021 Webinar: Data sharing hygiene and its implications in security

21 October 2021 – 15:00-16:00 CEST

Every digital interaction leaves a digital trail. Most often than not, such breadcrumbs contain our personal data – even without our conscious consent. Correctly handling of the data we share in the digital world (“digital hygiene”) is key to keeping an overview of what information we shared with consent, with whom and for which specific purpose(s).

This makes it easier to:

  1. Update our shared or exposed data, evaluating the risks related to sharing our information,
  2. Identify security issues related to the breach of our personal data
  3. Learn to communicate these to minimise damage.

This webinar will provide techniques aiming to empower users with more tools to protect and have an understanding of their digital identity.

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Carolina Fernandez - i2CatCarolina Fernández, Senior R&D Engineeri2CAT
Carolina has participated in the technical implementation of 10+ research projects in multiple frameworks (FP7, H2020, GÉANT FPA) related to networking, virtualisation and security, as well as in some open calls and private projects. Carolina acquired practical experience working on the design, architecture, development, integration as well as in the operation and management of physical systems and virtual stacks. She holds a Computer Science Engineering degree from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB, 2011). Her research interest areas include NG-SDN, NFV, OAV and security processes’ integration.

Nil Ortiz - i2CatNil Ortiz, Cybersecurity Innovation Experti2CAT
Nil is a Cybersecurity Innovation Expert at i2CAT, Internet Research Centre. He has a Computer Science Engineering degree from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) and a Master’s in Cybersecurity from Camilo José Cela University (UCJC). Expert in incident response and threat intelligence, Nil has international experience in a variety of environments (financial, manufacture, public) and has participated in EU H2020 Research & Innovation Projects.

Update: Recordings now available

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