IPRI Events and Seminars
IPRI invites leading researchers and thinkers to MIT to share their ideas and inform our work. These sessions are open to the public and are ongoing throughout the year.
IPRI Presenting - Internet Policy Track at ILP R&D Conference
When: Wed, Nov 15th, 2017
Where: MIT Campus – Stratton Student Center (W20)
Industrial Cyber Security in Germany - Sandro Gaycken
Thursday, October 5, 2017
4:30PM – 5:30PM
Building 3-133 33 Mass Ave (rear) Cambridge, MA 02139
Sandro Gayken, one of Germany’s premier experts on cybersecurity spoke to IPRI on Oct 5th, 2017.
Upcoming Event: Dr. Steven Unger Speech
When: Sep 22nd, 12:00-13:00 @ MIT’s Stata Center
The United Kingdom’s Group Director of Strategy, International, Technology and Economics, Dr Steve Unger, will be speaking to IPRI and his speech and following discussion is open to the public – come and join!
Erin Kenneally (DHS)
Erin Kenneally is a program manager in the Cyber Security Division for the Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency at the DHS Science & Technology Directorate. She spoke to IPRI on data trust and innovation at the DHS Cyber Security Division.She explained two core programs: The Information Marketplace for Policy and Analysis of Cyber-risk & Trust (IMPACT) program supports the global cyber risk research community by coordinating and developing real world data and information sharing capabilities (tools, models, and methodologies). The second is the Cyber Risk Economic (CyRiE) Program that supports empirically-based measurement, modeling and evaluation of the economics of cyber threats, vulnerabilities and controls.
Canadian CRTC head Jean Pierre Blais discusses Canadian telecom policy
Canadian CRTC head Jean-Pierre Blais and Internet pioneer and MIT Senior Research Scientist David Clark discussed the past, present, and future of Canadian telecom policy and its relationship with the U.S.
MIT’s Internet Policy Research Initiative hosted a discussion in March 2017 with ProPublica’s Julia Angwin on algorithmic accountability and the role of machine learning in societal decisions, including criminal sentencing.
Dr. Caroline Paunov - March 7th, 2017
Dr. Caroline PAUNOV of the OECD presented on ways to make innovation benefit all. There is evidence that the digital transformation is having significant impacts on income distribution. Dr. Paunov discussed her findings and policy directions.
Robert Hannigan - Director of GCHQ
“I am not in favor of banning encryption. Nor am I asking for mandatory back doors. … Not everything is a back door, still less a door which can be exploited outside a legal framework.”
Giovanni Buttarelli - European Data Protection Supervisor
IPRI hosted Mr. Giovanni Buttarelli in April 2016 to discuss the changing landscape of data collection and usage, and the global impact it has on the individual.
Admiral Michael Rogers - US Cyber Command
Admiral Michael Rogers of the US Cyber Command and head of the NSA met with IPRI representatives for a half day privately before participating in a joint MIT/Aspen Institute/CNBC Cambridge Cyber Conference.
Houlin Zhao - International Telecommunication Union Secretary General
The Secretary General of the ITU, Houlin Zhao, visited IPRI in September 2016. The meeting touched on areas of common interest between the ITU and IPRI such as network rollouts, smart cities, and women in ICT.
Vice President Andrus Ansip (EC) and Secretary Penny Pritzker (US DoC)
IPRI hosted Vice President Andrus Ansip from the European Commission and Secretary Penny Pritzker of the United States Department of Commerce for a private industry roundtable and public panel session in March 2016.
BEREC - Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communication
In May 2016, IPRI hosted the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) on MIT campus for a half-day discussion about technology and regulatory issues.
Mignon Clyburn - FCC Commissioner
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn visited IPRI in June 2016 to talk with a group of our researchers about issues of interest to the two groups.
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