San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Future of Security: Ethical Hacking, Big Data and the Crowd
October 24, 2012
The New School
Lang Student Center
55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor (between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas)
New York, NY 10011
Registration opens: 8:00 am
Program begins: 9:00 am
Program ends: 3:30 pm
Support for this conference has been provided by the Richard Lounsbery Foundation
The Parsons Institute for Information Mapping (PIIM) is a Research, Development, and Professional Services facility within The New School and located in New York City. PIIM’s mission is to advance the field of Knowledge Visualization through academic and commercial pursuits.
PIIM and the Center for Transformative Media (CTM) of Parsons The New School for Design are hosting a one-day conference entitled “The Future of Security: Ethical Hacking, Big Data and the Crowd.” Presentations may include original essays, academic manuscripts, interactive and non-interactive projects, and project documentation that address representation, processing and communication of information relating to the conference.
This one-day conference will convene a day long series of discussions to highlight the emerging, disruptive forces changing the landscape of the global community. The conference will be streamed live online, supported by a website to solicit feedback and comments from the participants. Where possible, accepted proposals will be made available to the conference participants for download.
Topic areas for the conference are shown below:
- The emergence of badges and the authentication processes for anonymous users.
- Emerging landscapes of identity in a networked world.
- The impact and future of OS tools for the ethical hacker.
Big Data and Networks
- “Just-in-time” Support for governments, industry and organizations during crises.
- The future landscape of national and global network security, new forms of sovereignty.
- Understanding the use, misuse and linking of broad topical datasets.
- Real-time monitoring and social network exchanges.
The Crowd and Crowdsourced Science
- Crowdsourced data exchange, walled-garden networks, and Kickstarter funded hardware and software hacks.
- Impacts of open data structures on health networks and crisis response.
- Citizens, sensors, and the changing landscape of privacy.
- Emerging landscapes of identity.
For more information on the conference, please visit http://piim.newschool.edu/security/ or contact the Conference Coordinator, Katie Wanner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
The Parsons Institute for Information Mapping
The Parsons Institute for Information Mapping (PIIM) is a research, development and professional services facility leveraging knowledge visualization to solve real-world problems. Learn more about PIIM at http://piim.newschool.edu/