Fall 2014 Honors Colloquium
Evenings, 7:30 p.m.
September – December 2014
Edwards Auditorium, URI Kingston Campus
Our dependence on modern technology is not without its downsides.
Cyber threats pose serious economic and national security challenges.
Moreover, corporations and government agencies track our online activities, purchases, and even our location.
The September 23 presentation will not be live streamed or video recorded.
|Join us! The public is invited to attend this series of free events in person or online.
|Free iPad Mini to be raffled each week in Edwards Auditorium.
Must be present at the drawing to win.
||Too Much Information? Harry Lewis Gordan McKay professor of computer science at Harvard University; faculty associate, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University; and co-author of Blown to Bits: Your Life Liberty and Happiness After the Internet Explosion
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||Everyone's a Target: How America Lost Control of the National Security Agency, and Can It Be Reined In? James Bamford author and investigative journalist noted for writing about the NSA
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||Stuxnet and the Launch of the World's First Digital Weapon Kim Zetter senior award-winning journalist for Wired Magazine and author of Countdown to Zero Day
||Surveillance or Self Determination: Can Democracy and Diversity Co-Exist in the Age of Google, Comcast, and the NSA? Diversity Week Keynote Address by Heidi Boghosian executive director of the National Lawyers Guild and author of Spying on Democracy
||Slippery Slope of Doom: What Could Possibly Go Wrong with Our Instrumented World? Colonel Gregory Conti associate professor of computer science and director of the Cyber Research Center, United States Military Academy, West Point; and author of Googling Security
||Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Bobbie Stempfley deputy assistant secretary,
Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
||Achieving Security, Privacy and Internet Freedom in the Golden Age of Hacking, Cyberwar and Surveillance Timothy Edgar visiting fellow, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University; and former director of privacy and civil liberties, White House National Security Staff
|Malware Threat Intelligence Gary Warner director of research in computer forensics, University of Alabama at Birmingham; and co-founder and chief technologist, Malcovery Security
|Big Data, Data Brokers, and the Business of Tracking Julie Brill Federal Trade Commissioner
||Is Privacy Becoming a Luxury Good? Julia Angwin award-winning investigative journalist and author of Dragnet Nation
||Surveillance and Power Bruce Schneier internationally renowned cyrptographer, computer security and privacy specialist, and author of Carry On
Lisa DiPippo, Vic Fay-Wolfe,
Ed Lamagna, Yan (Lindsay) Sun
URI Honors Program
URI Office of the President;
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URI College of Nursing;
URI College of Business Administration;
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Gardiner at 401.874.2381 or email@example.com.
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least three business days in advance. For TTY assistance, please call the R.I. Relay
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