COVID-19: Reflections On Privacy And Resilience in a World of Easy Data
With rising excitement about leveraging computing technologies to mitigate the pandemic, governments must take note that both the issues and opportunities for helping with the pandemic are complex. In a global fight to stem the rise of health issues, privacy and ethical concerns must be considered as we attempt to use data responsibly.
The panel will discuss the responsible use of technology -- and the data it gathers -- with a focus on issues that arise in the face of a pandemic where technology deployments are being advanced as one of the means to tackle this public-health crisis.
- Angie Raymond (Moderator) - R.E. Sorensen Professor of Finance, Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech
- Rachel D. Dockery - Senior Research Fellow in Cybersecurity and Privacy Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
- Isak Nti Asare - Associate Director of the Cybersecurity and Global Policy Program, Indiana University
- Janine Hiller - R.E. Sorensen Professor of Finance, Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech
- Scott Shackelford.- Cybersecurity Program Chair, Indiana Univeristy
About this webinar series
This series is co-hosted by the Center for Behavior, Institutions and the Environment (CBIE), the International Association for Study of the Commons (IASC), and the Resilience Alliance. Organized by Marco Janssen, Marty Anderies, and Mike Schoon.
Zoom webinar link.
View the previous webinars at the IASC Youtube channel.
12:00 to 1:00 p.m.