The Ideology of Social Science meets The Digitisation of Trust, Security and Privacy
Trust, Security and Privacy (T,S,P) are sought after concepts embedded in everyday life. Do those studying the automatisation and digitisation of TSP need to know about trust from the user’s perspective? If so, should this perspective be embedded in the social sciences? For those focused on the social sciences, how do they engage with the digital? In this panel, we unpack how some practitioners approach interdisciplinary explorations. Gain insights into how others manage the complex process of staying current across different fields informing the concepts of trust,security and privacy.
This two hour panel will consist of a small group of speakers presenting papers at IFIPTM. The speakers will discuss the stories behind their papers. The session will opened to the floor to expand the discussion.
Please send an e-mail to natasha.dwyer(at)vu.edu.au and sarah.talboom(at)vub.ac.be if you would like to participate as a speaker in this panel discussion.
- Sarah Talboom, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
- Dr. Natasha Dwyer, Victoria University, Australia
- Simone Fischer-Hübner, Karlstad University, Sweden
- Christian Johansen, University of Oslo, Norway
- Felix Gomez Marmol, NEC Labs Europe, Germany
- Marc Sel, Royal Holloway University of London, UK