Tackling cybercrime: Trends and challenges – presented by Monash Tech Talks

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Event Details

Date:
14 October 2020 at 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Venue:
Online via Zoom

Description

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A new, more elusive type of crime

From 5G computing and 3D printing to augmented reality and blockchain, the twenty-first century has seen incredible technological innovations that are advancing society. But not everyone uses IT for social good.

Phishing. Hacking. Identity theft. Ransomware. Emerging technologies have led to a new wave of crime. Illegal activities that can impact anyone in any country – and at any time.

Why attend this Tech Talk?

Technology is by no means slowing down. But as it accelerates the development of our world, criminals are uncovering new ways to exploit it.

A collaboration between Law and IT, this Monash Tech Talk will gather an esteemed panel of leading cybersecurity experts and legal practitioners to give you insights into:

  • the latest cybercrime trends and their relevance to industry – with case examples.
  • the laws surrounding cybercrime.
  • the challenges of prosecuting transnational cybercrimes.
  • how technology is being used to address cybercrime.
  • the future of cybercrime as technology advances.

About Monash Tech Talks

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These unmissable events will open your eyes to the disruption that’s shaping our future and challenge everything you thought about emerging tech.

Sometimes controversial, yet always stimulating, Monash Tech Talks are the perfect way to deepen your knowledge – and join the most significant conversations of the tech industry today.


Name
Penny O’Sullivan
E-Mail
penny.osullivan@monash.edu