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Peter Sommer Carsten Sorensen Ross Anderson

¿Impacto Futuro? Ciberseguridad en el Siglo XXI

Ciencias Sociales Conferencia Martes, 5 de febrero de 2019 19:00 horas Madrid

Información general:

Sede: Fundación Ramón Areces - salón de actos. Calle Vitruvio, 5. 28006. Madrid.

Aforo limitado. Inscripción gratuita. Interpretación simultánea.

Organizado por:

Fundación Ramón Areces

En colaboración con:

The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

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Nuestro futuro digital tiene amenazas y oportunidades, desde la piratería de programas de software cotidianos utilizados por miles de millones de personas hasta ataques a procesos democráticos, actividades comerciales y datos personales. La guerra cibernética, el ciberespionaje y la ciberseguridad son conceptos que afectan a todos, desde estados soberanos a los ciudadanos individuales, a menudo cuando no somos conscientes de que esto ocurre.

Martes, 5


¿Impacto Futuro? Ciberseguridad en el Siglo XXI

Carsten Sørensen
Department of Management, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Peter Sommer 
Founder of the Information Risk and Security Programme, LSE/Birmingham University.

Ross Anderson 
Codirector, Cambridge University Computer Lab. 

Dr Carsten Sørensen holds a BSc in Mathematics, an MSc in computer science and a PhD. in Information Systems from Aalborg University, Denmark. Carsten has since 1989 been affiliated with a number of Danish, Swedish and British institutions, and LSE since 1999. Since joining LSE, Dr Sørensen has studied the business and consumer impact of mobile and ubiquitous information technology innovations. For more than a decade Dr Sørensen studied organisational innovation with mobile computing (mobility@lse & enterprisemobilitybook), and since 2008 his research has focused in particular on the innovation dynamics of mobile infrastructures and platforms.

Dr Sørensen has published widely within Information Systems since 1989 in, for example, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, Journal of Information Technology, and The Information Systems Journal. He has extensive experience as a Principal Investigator on a number of national, EU, and industry research grants in the UK and Sweden with budgets totalling more than £3million. Dr Sørensen is a Senior Editor for The Information Systems Journal and serves as reviewer for all the major Information Systems journals and conferences. He has consulted and conducted executive teaching with a range of large international firms and public organisations, such as Microsoft, Google, PA Consulting Group, IMF, Orange, Intel, Vodafone to name a few.

Peter Sommer combines academic and public policy work with commercial cyber security consultancy, with a strong bias towards legal issues. He has acted as an expert in many important criminal and civil court proceedings where digital evidence has been an issue.

He is part-time Professor of Digital Forensics at Birmingham City University and a Visiting Professor at De Montfort University Cyber Security Centre. Until 2011 he was a Visiting Professor in the Information Systems Integrity Group in the Department of Management at the London School of Economics and a former Visiting Reader, Faculty of Mathematics, Computing and Technology, Open University.

As a consultant he is a well-established expert on computer security advising stock exchanges, large companies and insurance companies on systems risk.

He is an experienced media commentator on TV, radio and in print. He frequently appears on the BBC NewsChannel and SkyNews and rather less frequently in the main TV bulletins and on programs such as BBC Today, World at One and PM. He also appears on BBC World Service TV and radio, CNN and other international broadcasters.

He is a Fellow of the British Computer Society and also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Professor Ross Anderson, of Security Engineering, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge Professor Ross Anderson is Professor of Security Engineering at the Computer Laboratory, and a fellow of the Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, and the Institute of Physics. He also chairs the Foundation for Information Policy Research, the UK's leading Internet policy think tank, which he helped set up in 1998.

Current research topics include: 

  • Economics and psychology of information security - including security and human behaviour.
  • Peer-to-Peer and social network systems - including the Eternity Service, cocaine auctions and suicide bombing.
  • Reliability of security systems - including bank fraud and hardware hacking.
  • Robustness of cryptographic protocols - including API attacks.
  • Analysis and design of cryptographic algorithms - including Tiger and Serpent.
  • Information hiding - including Soft Tempest and stego file systems.
  • Security of clinical information systems - including NHS databases.
  • Privacy and freedom issues - including FIP.
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