CLTC Seminar: “Complexity and Security: Managing the Tradeoffs” with Herb Lin

Room 205, South Hall South Hall, Berkeley, CA

A review of current trends in technology innovation suggests that societal demands for increased functionality conflict with the imperatives of robust cybersecurity. Articulating the nature of this tradeoff is a useful first step (and is the focus of much of this talk), but an understanding of how to manage…

CLTC Seminar: “Digital Switzerlands” with Kristen Eichensehr

Room 205, South Hall South Hall, Berkeley, CA

U.S. technology companies are increasingly standing as competing power centers, challenging the primacy of governments. This power brings with it the capacity to bolster or undermine governmental authority, and also increasing public demands for the companies to protect users from governments. The companies’ power raises serious questions about how to...

CLTC Seminar: Indigenous-led Security and Digital Safety

Room 202, South Hall South Hall Rd, Berkeley, CA

The rights of Indigenous people and their lands and territories are under increased threat around the world. In response, Indigenous communities and those working with them to support…

CLTC Seminar: “Veridical Data Science” with Professor Bin Yu

Room 202, South Hall South Hall Rd, Berkeley, CA

A video recording of this seminar presentation can be found here. Abstract Veridical data science is important because it extracts reliable and reproducible information from data, with an…