York Science Forum with Eric O'Neill: Cybersecurity in the Age of Espionage

Wednesday  3 April  2019  6:30 PM    Wednesday  3 April  2019 8:30 PM
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Join us as cybersecurity expert, author and former FBI operative Eric O’Neill, the inspiration behind the spy thriller Breach, tells real-life spy stories and how today’s cyber spy is responsible for sophisticated, brilliant, devious, and technologically advanced attacks targeting your data.

A panel discussion will follow the talk also featuring York mathematics Professor Patrick Ingram and Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School and Associate at Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP Kristin Ali, moderated by Dan Falk, award-winning science journalist and York Science Communicator in Residence.

Event Outline: 

6:30 PM - Doors open

7:00 PM - Public lecture followed by panel discussion and Q&A with audience

8:30 PM - Book signing

A note about tickets: In case of a sold-out event, your ticket reservation may not guarantee seating. We recommend you arrive early.

For more information, please visit: science.yorku.ca/forum

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