Disinformation as Cybersecurity Threat: Value Considerations and Ethical Issues
On 25 June 2019, Bibi van den Berg and Ilina Georgieva will present during a workshop on disinformation in cybersecurity.
Disinformation is increasingly recognized as a threat to national security and democracy. Examples are the spread of fake news and trolling. However, in policy making it has not yet generally been recognized as a national security risk, or a cybersecurity risk. The workshop will discuss why it can be seen as such, what ways we might employ to deal with it, and what ethical issues the threat, as well as possible measures against it, may raise.
From The Hague Program for Cyber Norms, Bibi van den Berg will present a session on ‘Disinformation as a cybersecurity threat’ and Ilina Georgieva will present on ‘Unexpected moral actors: the role of intelligence agencies in disinformation’.
The workshop is organized as part of the European project CANVAS by the Department Values, Technology and Innovation (VTI) of Delft University of Technology and the Institute of Security and Global Affairs of Leiden University.
Date and time: 25 June 2019, 13:00-17:00
Location: Wijnhaven, Turfmarkt 99, 2511DP Den Haag
Target audience: Civil servants and other professionals working on national security and cyber security, academics doing research on cybersecurity and national security.
Registration: Participation is free of charge, but since there is a limited number of seats available, please register in advance by sending an email to Nathalie van den Heuvel (N.C.vandenHeuvel@tudelft.nl)
For more information and the full program, please download the PDF here.