Cyber Security Challenge UK and Oxford University are hosting the first ‘Ethicon’ at Oxford University on the weekend of the 13th & 14th May.
This exciting two-day workshop will consist of a challenge being set, which will see participants devise a prototype product that potentially impacts on our personal security. You will be asked to devise a technological solution which considers social, security and ethical themes around privacy, surveillance, collation, and self-incrimination.
Each team will be made up of two technical undergraduates or postgraduates (from computer science or a related discipline), plus two non-technical team members from areas such as social sciences, philosophy, business (and who have an interest in ethics) from any UK University. The teams will be assessed over the course of the two day event and prizes will be given to the winning team. You do not have to be part of a team to enter, we can construct teams for interested parties in advance.
Accommodation and travel bursaries are available, but preference will be given to those within a 30-mile radius.
The deadline for registrations is Friday 5th May. For an application form or more information please email by clicking here