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2016 Privacy, Security and Trust Fourteenth Annual Conference
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The Industry Summit Day – an opportunity to discuss and exchange knowledge of Privacy, Security and Trust and associated industry issues. There will be a particular focus on cybersecurity. The event will bring together government and industry experts/groups and academics. It will also be a place to learn from international experts who will present practical case studies.

 Export to Your Calendar 12/12/2016 to 14/12/2016
When: 12th - 14th December 2016
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The Unitec Institute of Technology
139 Carrington Road
Mt Albert
Auckland
New Zealand
Contact: +64 815-4321 EXT. 6040

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PST2016 IS JOINTLY ORGANIZED BY


THE HIGH TECH TRANS DISCIPLINARY RESEARCH NETWORK AT UNITEC INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK

 

This year’s international conference focuses on the three themes of Privacy, Security and Trust. It will provide a forum for global researchers to unveil their latest work in these areas and to show how this research can be used to enable innovation. The conference will be held over three consecutive days (December 12–14).

 

The first day of the conference will also host a Cybersecurity Summit/Industry Day for government and industry experts, industry groups, and academics to discuss and exchange knowledge of Privacy, Security and Trust and associated industry issues, with a particular focus on cybersecurity. It will be a place to learn from international experts in these fields who will also present practical case studies.

 

The main aims of the conference are:

  • To highlight the innovative research happening globally with three main themes: Privacy, Security and Trust. Academics from across the globe will come together to discuss solutions related to PST risks and to showcase the research methods that are able to minimise future cybercrime issues.
  • To foster new ideas and conversation in order to reduce the amount of PST issues globally and to create enduring change in the behaviour and attitudes towards PST.
  • To draw together PST practitioners, researchers, and government to showcase the latest PST research outputs and initiatives. We envisage that industry participants will implement the PST initiatives that are discussed and showcased at the conference into their practice.

For more information, please visit http://pst2016.unitec.ac.nz/

 

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