Computer security bécame a very relevant area and requires the greatest attention of organizations that use, maintain and develop computer systems. The risks are increasing and the systems, tools and legal aspects involved are increasingly complex.
Aiming to discuss and train Latin American ICT experts on this subject, RedCLARA will hold next Tuesday, October 10, the "Security-Data Protection" videoconference. The virtual meeting will be held between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm GMT (you can check your local time at http://www.worldtimeserver.com/convert_time_in_UTC.aspx) and will count with the presence of Ahti Saarenpää, Finnish who is one of the most renowned specialists in the interrelation between Law and Technology of Nordic Europe. The expert will deliver his vision of how to face this challenge and his experience in how to understand and apply the principles of data protection in a computer project.
For Dr. Saarenpää the protection of personal data is a social and also a legal problem. "In a word, it's a problem with a capital "P". In the information society, the road to appropriate protection of personal data is full of obstacles. And we can fail to perceive this if we think that the issue is reduced to the legal regulation of the data in a technical sense. We simply can not function without giving up personal data in our modern information society", he warns.
It is possible to participate from a physical videoconference room, from a personal computer or by streaming. In the first two cases, it is necessary to subscribe, filling the registration form until Monday, October 9. The live broadcast will be available at https://youtu.be/5ST09Qh6T84.
To obtain all the information about "Security-Protection of Data" videoconferece, visit: https://eventos.redclara.net/indico/event/831/