Seminar | November 16 | 12-1 p.m. | 205 South Hall
As the final event in our Fall 2017 Seminar Series, the UC Berkeley Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity is honored to present Camille Francois, Principal Researcher at Jigsaw, a think tank and technology incubator within Google / Alphabet. Camille leads an interdisciplinary research program focused on state-sponsored cyber threats against civil society, as well as media manipulation. She also established an internal working group on fairness and algorithmic biases in machine learning.
Previously, Camille served as a Special Advisor to the CTO of France within the Prime Ministers Office, led research projects on cybersecurity and human rights for the Mozilla Foundation or the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, and worked for Googles Market Insights team. A Fulbright Fellow, Camille holds a Masters Degree in Human Rights from the French Institute of Political Sciences (Sciences-Po) and a Masters Degree in International Security from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. Camille was also a Fellow at the Harvard Berkman Center for Internet & Society (where she remains an Affiliate), and a visiting scholar at the Columbia Arnold A. Saltzman Institute for War and Peace Studies and at Kings College War Studies Department.
Camilles research has focused on building out the notion of cyber peace, and on the intersection of human rights, cybersecurity, and cyber operations. A frequent speaker in international conferences, her work has appeared in various publications, including Wired, Defense Dossier, Le Monde Diplomatique, and Scientific American. Camille serves as a member of the Freedom Online Coalitions Working Group on a Free & Secure Internet and is involved several free culture advocacy projects. She serves as a Digital Advisor for Libraries Without Borders, and she is on the Scientific Committee of the French Wikimedia Foundation.
RSVP is required to attend. A light lunch will be served. Livestream available here.
This presentation is part of the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity's Fall 2017 Seminar Series. The overarching theme of this semesters presentations is Cybersecurity and Democracy: The Shifting Implications of Citizenship in the Digital Age. In the year since ODNI and DHS first announced that Russian intelligence hacked the Democratic National Committee, we have become increasingly cognizant of the many ways our reliance on technology can wield outsized influence on our democracy. Whether we are thinking about how Russian hacks influenced the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election, the vulnerability of electronic voting machines, or whether social media echo chambers encourage biased news consumption, it is clear that cybersecurity is a national security concern. To learn more about the Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity, please visit https://cltc.berkeley.edu.
RSVP online by November 13.
Light lunch will be served
Coming Soon, available November 16, 2017: Camille Francois