Saturday | 19 Sep 2020
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The Encryption Dilemma 2.0: A transatlantic perspective

Better Regulation and Industrial Competitiveness

When
Monday

Participation in this event is exceptionally free of charge.

Conference

The Encryption Dilemma 2.0: A transatlantic perspective

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Digital technologies providing for online privacy and security have contributed to create trust among users. However, those technologies can also be misused.

Encryption has been at the center of a debate on the interplay between online security and the notion of national security. The recent struggle between FBI and Apple have shown that there are still many open questions.

  • Is there a solution that allows for a sensible and workable balance between individual rights and protection of citizens security?
  • Which role can be played by the development of a cooperation between the industry, the research community and law enforcement?
  • How should it be framed?

In this online conference, jointly organized by CEPS and Columbia Institute for Tele-Information at Columbia University, experts from Europe and the US will provide policy analysis and recommendations.

Please click here for the full agenda and speakers’ profiles.

Registration from 16.30 – Meeting from 17.00 to 19.15.

Participation in this event is exceptionally free of charge. A light cocktail will be served after the event.

Host
Lorenzo Pupillo
Lorenzo Pupillo

Associate Senior Research Fellow and Head of the Cybersecurity@CEPS Initiative

Speakers list
David Clark

Senior Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Saliot Emmanuel

Advisor, Council of the European Union

Christopher W. Savage

Certified Information Privacy Professional /US

Walter van Holst

European Digital Rights(EDRi)

Demosthenes Ikonomou

Head of Operational Security, ENISA

Prashanth Mekala

Supervisory Special Agent, Cyber Division, FBI

Axel Petri

Senior VP Group Security, Deutsche Telekom