Producer of ‘CSI Cyber’ talks Cybersecurity and Cyberpsychology.
As the world’s leading Cyberpsychologist, Mary specialises in the intersection between technology and human behaviour. She’s an advisor to Europol, The White House and inspiration behind the new CBS television series CSI: Cyber.
Speakers (From right):Detective SergeantJennifer Molony, Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Investigation Unit, An Garda Síochána. Michael McDowell, Senior Counsel, Dr. Brian O’Neill, Chairperson of the Internet Content Governance Advisory Group, Mary Aiken,Professor and Director at the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Cyber Psychology Research Centre, Sir Michael Tugendhat, the retired senior media judge of the English High Court, Finola Flanagan Commissioner Law Reform Commission, Sinéad McSweeney, Senior Director of Public Policy for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at Twitter, Jennifer Schweppe,Lecturer in law at the University of Limerick Fergal Crehan, Barrister-at-Law,Ian Power,Executive Director at SpunOut.ie.
The European Cyber Crime Centre EC3 at Europol has hosted the inaugural meeting of the EC3 Academic Advisory Network(EC3AAN). The transdisciplinary academic network will focus on forward-looking cyber research and will advise on key cybersocietal issues.
EC3AAN: Olivier Burgersdijk European Cyber Crime Centre EC3 Europol; Dr Philipp Amann European Cyber Crime Centre EC3 Europol; Professor Julia Davidson, Middlesex University London; Professor Mary Aiken, Director, RCSI CyberPsychology Research Centre; Professor Marco Gercke, University of Cologne; Director, Cybercrime Research Institute ; Kristopher Rush, Deputy Technical Director, CERT Cyber Security Solutions, Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University; Professor Steve Chan, Network Science Research Centre, Swansea University; Associate Professor Edgar Weippl, Technical University of Vienna; Research Director, SBA-Research; Professor Michael Bakes, Director, CISPA University Saarbrucken; Professor Michael Levi, Cardiff University; Professor Alan Woodward, University of Surrey; Professor Jan van den Berg, Scientific Director, Cyber Security Academy Delft University of Technology
Children have the right of innocence and parents and carers have to protect that right.