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Ethics, Risk and Responsibility in Cyber Security Research

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Garfield Benjamin.

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This workshop will address the need for ethics in cyber security research. Specifically, we will use a (semi-fictionalised) case study to ask the following questions: What problems are people facing? How are institutions dealing with ethical dilemmas in cyber security? What languages, debates and perspectives can/should we take into account? What should an ethical framework look like? What do existing frameworks look like and what are the problems with them? What questions do researchers and institutions need to ask themselves when creating an ethical framework for cyber security research?

The workshop will include plenty of opportunities for discussion and feedback.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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