What does not kill us makes us stronger
A panel of Edith Cowan University and University of Portsmouth experts in security and cybercrime explore the effects of cybercrime threats on community sustainability.
Building sustainable communities and dealing with ongoing cyber threats represent two major global challenges when it comes to advancement and oversight. As the governments are faced with the social expectation of preventing all potential events, the likely impact of these threats on community vulnerabilities is yet to be fully appreciated. A panel of ECU and UoP experts in security and cybercrime discuss whether cybercrime threats can indeed be anticipated and interrupted, whether the current interventions are robust enough to promote sustainable communities and the role education has in countering the threats which pose a risk to sustainable communities.
Dr Ahmed Ibrahim (Edith Cowan University)
Dr Michael Coole (Edith Cowan University)
Dr Leah Fox (University of Portsmouth)
Dr Moufida Sadok (University of Portsmouth)
This series of public events hosted by the University of Portsmouth, UK and Edith Cowan University, Australia brings together university researchers, civil society leaders, and industry experts to debate and discuss big picture questions facing their disciplinary areas in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Illuminating local approaches to global challenges within specific disciplinary areas, this series of public events offers the opportunity to reflect on shared and divergent experiences in tackling local problems and to learn more about our exciting dual degree programmes that enable students to study in both the UK and Australia.
This event is part of the UK/Australia Season, a partnership between the British Council and the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
To attend the event, please register below. This will be an online event and the webinar link will be sent to attendees prior to the event.