Title: Cyber-Crime, Cyber-Warfare and Cyber-Conflict
Presented By: John DiMarco, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Location: Bahen Centre, 40 St. George Street, Room 1170
Description: The growth of the Internet, and especially the rapid increase in its global importance, is fueling huge growth in various forms of “cyber-conflict”: criminals preying on victims, social and political conflict, even nation-states conducting cyber warfare against other states. These conflicts are affecting more and more people, to the point now where essentially everyone who uses the Internet is affected in some way. Learn more about cyber-crime, cyber-warfare and other forms of cyber-conflict, and discover what ordinary Internet users can do to protect themselves online.
Biography: John DiMarco is the Director of Information Technology at the University of Toronto’s Department of Computer Science, where he leads a team of computing professionals who support Computer Science research and teaching. He guest-lectures for CSC300, the Department’s “Computers and Society”course, on cyber-crime, cyber-warfare, malware and related topics in information security.
Streaming Info: This session will be streaming LIVE tune in at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkndVtrfwBAadEb1SEGKuew/live