The Securitisation of Hacking and Hacktivism

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Description Hacking and hacktivism i.e., politically motivated hacking are, at present, highly discussed issues, negatively connoted and frequently portrayed as a security threat within public discourse. This ‘securitization’ of hacking and hacktivism is the focus of a PhD research project at Queen’s University Belfast. In the course of my presentation the aforementioned research will be outlined, feedback from attendees invited, and information about potential study participation offered.
Tags hacktivism, security, research, hacking
Person organizing Leotanczt
Language en - English
en - English
Duration 5
Desired session Day 2
Desired timeframe begin