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Cybersecurity vs. Robust Digital Forensics: We Can't Have Both
Start Date: 10/14/2014Start Time: 1:30 PM
End Date: 10/14/2014End Time: 1:30 PM

Event Description:
Center for Cybercrime Studies
Daniel Kahn Gillmor
Technology Fellow
Speech, Technology and Privacy Project
American Civil Liberties Union

Cybersecurity vs. Robust Digital Forensics: We Can't Have Both

Daniel Kahn Gillmor is a Technology Fellow with the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy and Technology Project. He is an active developer for Debian, one of the oldest and largest free software operating systems, in addition to many other free software projects. Daniel is also a participant in the development of Internet protocols for secure communications with the IETF. He has served on the Leadership Committee of May First/People Link, a mutual aid Internet organization for social justice advocates, and has led discussions on cryptography and data sovereignty issues at conferences from Banja Luka to Hong Kong.
Location Information:
New Building - New Building  (View Map)
524 West 59th Street
New York, NY
Room: Mathematics Conference Room - 6.63.37
Contact Information:
Name: Doug Salane
Admission Information
RSVP to For additional information please contact Professor Doug
Salane, Director of the Center for Cybercrime Studies, 212‐237‐8836 or email
Information on this and other lectures is available on the Events page of the Center for Cybercrime
Studies Web site

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