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In ICT We Trust 2018

The conference "In ICT we trust?" follows a broad, non-reductive conception of cyber security which does not reduce the problem to a mere technical question. Rather, the emphasis is on ethical implications and sociocultural perceptions of digital environments. The establishment and general uptake of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in European societies is not just a question of functionality, (technical) security and usability.


  • Jun 28—29, 2018
  • University of Graz, Graz
  • Austria

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Post Date: Jun 11, 2018

Tags: Innovation, ICT

Registration date: Jun 11—28, 2018


28.6.2018 Conference


Opening: Elisabeth Staudegger (University of Graz)


Welcome Address: Peter Scherrer (Vice-rector, University of Graz)

Introduction to the Conference: Martin Griesbacher (TRUESSEC.eu)


Ludmilla Georgieva (Attachée, Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU)

Current Policy Priorities for Cybersecurity in the European Union


Kay Cepera (TU Dortmund, Project: Abida - assessing big data)

Trust in algorithms. an empirical study of users' willingness to change behaviour

Svetlana Abramova (University of Innsbruck, Project: TITANIUM)

Impact of Cybercrime on the Societal Level

12:30-13:30 Buffet

Michele Loi (University of Zurich, Project: CANVAS)

Value-driven cybersecurity using the example of the health sector

Linda Strick (Fraunhofer Fokus, Project: EU-SEC)

Providing trust through efficient cloud security certification

15:00-15:10 Break

Norah Neuhuber/Peter Mörtl (Virtual Vehicle, project: SCOTT)

Trustability and IoT


16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

Hristina Veljanova/Anna Haselbacher/Stefan Reichmann (University of Graz, Project: TRUESSEC.eu)

Core Areas of Trustworthiness (Ethics, Law, Sociology)

Introduction to the Debate: Criteria for Trust in ICT?


TRUESSEC.eu Debate

Ludmilla Georgieva (Attachée, Permanent Representation of Austria to the EU/Co-Chair of the Horizontal Working Party on Cyber Issues and of the WP on Data Protection)

Helmut Leopold (Head of Center for Digital Safety & Security, AIT)

Thomas Grechenig (CEO at RISE GmbH., Head of Industrial Software, Technical University of Vienna)

Tracy Harwood (Reader in Digital Marketing and Consumer Culture/Manager Usability Lab, De Montfort University)


19:30 Buffet
29.6.2018 Workshop
08:45-09:00 Welcome & Intro

 World Café

Key Concepts for Interdisciplinary Cybersecurity Criteria

09:45-10:30 Summary/Discussion of Key Concepts
10:30-10:45 Coffee Break
10:45-11:45 Building Bridges: Translation of SSH Expertise into Technical Solutions, Standards, and Regulations
11:45-12:30 Follow-ups for Engagement and Project Exchange
12:30 End of Workshop


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