La cybersécurité et la protection des jeunes (in French)

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Spark your curiosity!

The increase in cybercrime puts everyone at risk, particularly children and teens. What does the future hold for our technology-dependant youth?

Online bullying, identity theft, malware or child pornography: our virtual space is increasingly under attack. Are individuals and states able to ensure their cybersecurity and overcome these threats?

With the number of new technologies continuing to rise, come hear how experts in the field are developing solutions through research.

Panel in French only. 

Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Panel - 5:30 p.m.
Cocktail- 6:30 p.m. Appetizers and drinks will be served.
Location: Social Sciences Building, Room 4007, 120 University Private, Ottawa

An English panel will follow: Fighting Financial Crime

Admission is free but space is limited. Please register in advance.


Florian Martin-Bariteau, LLD, is an assistant professor of law and technology in the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, and director of the Centre for Law, Technology and Society at the University of Ottawa. His research deals primarily with technology and intellectual property law, with a particular interest in property, trademarks, secrets and whistleblowers.

Antoine Normand, (LLL 1996), is an entrepreneur. He founded BlueBear, a business that offers police a range of tools to fight online exploitation of children and to identify those associated with these crimes and other matters.

Jean-François Sauriol (MEng 1993) of Ottawa’s SecurityJF will discuss his more than 25 years of experience in cybersecurity. He will also offer advice to parents about online bullying.


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