THE CYBERSECURITY REVOLUTION

2021

Friday, May 21, 2021, SECREV provides an open and inclusive event that streams from locations around the world from UTC 0:00 until midnight. It is absolutely free to attend and requires no registration. The 24 hour Live stream will be viewable here, and the Premiere Videos will be available from the links below. You can ask questions in the chat and on twitter at #SECREV2021.

Live

Premiere

0:00 UTC

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Response to Cybercrime and Digital Forensic in South Korea
Sungkyunkwan University - South Korea

Dr. Gibum Kim, Sr. Res. Sungjin Lee, Sr. Res. Jaehyeok Han, Sr. Res. Hyeonmin Park, Sr. Res. Sangpil Yoon, Res. Minji Um, Res. Hyunji Moon

2:00 UTC

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Cybercrime in the Indo-Pacific Region
Monash University - Australia

Dr. Lennon Chang, Dr. Christy Chiang (Taiwan), Dr. Hai Thanh Luong (Vietnam), Dr. Jompon Pitaksantayothin (Thailand), Dr. Latha Subramanian (India), Ms Andi Brown (Australia), Mr Duc Huy Pham (Vietnam), Mr Daniel Wells (Australia)

4:00 UTC

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Using automated methods to detect, analyse and investigate cybercrime
Adelaide University - Australia

Dr. Russell Brewer, Bryce Westlake, Enrique Guerra, Francesca Fanucchi

6:00 UTC

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Insider Threats: Challenges and Opportunities
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Israel

Dr. Tamar Berenblum, Asaf Lubin, Eiant Albin

8:00 UTC

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Interdisciplinary Research: Solving for Cybersecurity
Cambridge University - UK

Dr. YiTing Chua, Dr. Ildiko Pete, Dr. Maria Bada, Dr. Andrew Caines, Helen Oliver, Dr. Lydia Wilson, Dr. Sergio Pastrana, Dr. Richard Clayton

10:00 UTC

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The Human Factor in Cybercrime and Cybersecurity
The Hague University - The Netherlands

Dr. Rutger Leukfeldt, Dr. Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg, Jim Schiks, Dr. Asier Moneva, Dr. Steve van de Weijer, Dr. Susanne van 't Hoff-de Goede, Luuk Bekkers, Dr. Remco Spithoven, with Hilary Muramira (Africa Cybersecurity Consortium)

12:00 UTC

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Combating Fake News and Interpreting AI-based Cybercrime Prediction
Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity, UNB - Canada

Faruk Ener, Dr. Saqib Hakak, Dr. Sajjad Dadkhah, Dr. Haruna Isah,

14:00 UTC

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The dark world of cybersecurity, cybercrime and policing online
University of Montreal - Canada

Dr. Benoit Dupont, Dr. Francis Fortin, Dr. David Decary-Hetu, Katherine Caron, Isabelle Fraser et Geneviève Chauvin, Camille Faubert, Dr. Sarah Paquette, Francesco Campisi

16:00 UTC

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Practical Approaches for Securing Critical Infrastructure
Carleton University - Canada

Dr. Jason Jaskolka, James Baak, Alvi Jawad, Luke Newton, Joe Samuel, Bohdana Sereda, Gieorgi Zakurdaev

18:00 UTC

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Understanding the Role of the Human and the Machine in Cybercrime and Cybersecurity
Michigan State University - USA

Dr. Tom Holt, Jin R. Lee, Dr. Kevin F Steinmetz, Ryan Scrivens, Brenna Helm, George Burruss, Jordan Howell, Cassandra Dodge, Dr. Ruth Shillair

20:00 UTC

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Cyber Economic Victimization
Tanque de Ciberpensamento (TCP-IP) - Latin America

T.C Marlon Mike Toro-Álvarez, Dr. Juan Carlos Nieto, Dr. Kyung-shick Choi, Salvador Samper, Nazly Borrero, Dr. Carlos Cortes, Ing. Mabel Cortes, Dra Ana Castaneda, Luciano Monchiero

Español

22:00 UTC

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Mis/Disinformation and Critical Infrastucture
Simon Fraser University - Canada

Dr. Richard Frank, Barry Cartwright, Cicilia Zhang, Noelle Warkentin, Naomi Zakimi

SECREV2021 Welcome Address
serene-risc

Michael Joyce

Watch

0:00 UTC

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Technical leverage, the software metric that does measure your security risk
University of Trento - Italy

Ivan Pashchenko

Watch

2:00 UTC

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Young Canadians Speak Out: Considerations for Privacy and Cybersecurity in Canada
MediaSmarts - Canada

Kara Brisson-Boivin, Samantha McAleese

Watch

4:00 UTC

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Assessing COVID-19’s Effect on Online Routine Activities and Cybercrime: A Snapshot of the Effect of Sheltering in Place
University of Trinidad and Tobago - Trinidad and Tobago

Troy Smith

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6:00 UTC

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Knowledgeflow Cybersafety Foundation: Our Progress During The Pandemic Year
Knowledgeflow Cybersafety - Canada

Claudiu Popa

Watch

8:00 UTC

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"PrISMO: A Pragmatic Information Security Management Ontology".
Universidad de La Frontera - Chile

Carlos Cares, Julio Lopez Fenner, Mauricio Diéguez Rebolledo

Watch

9:00 UTC

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The Cybersecurity Advisors Network (CyAN)
The Cybersecurity Advisors Network (CyAN) - France

Greg Dzsinich

Watch

10:00 UTC

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Landscapes of Hope
Project SOMEONE (SOcial Media EducatiON Every day) - Canada

Vivek Venkatesh

Watch

11:00 UTC

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Cybersecurity: Be part of the solution
cyber eco - Canada

Marcel Labelle

Watch

12:00 UTC

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Ingeniería Social utilizando Seguridad Cognitiva. Caso de estudio Phishing
Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas ESPE - Ecuador

Walter Fuertez, Luis Recalde Herrera, Diana Arévalo

Español Watch

13:00 UTC

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Efectos de la Pandemia en la Ciberseguridad de Personas Vulnerables
IPANDETEC - Panama

Lia Hernadez, Gabriel Cajiga

Español Watch

14:00 UTC

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Humanizando a la ciberseguridad: Explorando buenas prácticas para fortalecer la seguridad digital de comunidades vulnerables en el Sur Global.
TEDIC - Paraguay

Fernanda Carlés

Español Watch

15:00 UTC

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La investigación a través de Deep web y Dark web: un estudio exploratorio empírico
Universidad Camilo José Cela - Spain

Carmen Sánchez Pérez

Español Watch

16:00 UTC

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Ciberseguridad y justicia centrada en las mujeres, el caso de Puebla
Consejo Ciudadano de Seguridad y Justicia del Estado de Puebla - Mexico

Samantha Páez Guzmán

Español Watch

17:00 UTC

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Repercusión del Covid19 en los procesos de reclutamiento y radicalización de etiología Yihadista.
Colegio Profesional de la Criminología de la Comunidad de Madrid - Spain

Ramón Chippirrás Moreno, Christina Prieto

Español Watch

18:00 UTC

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Amenazas Cibernéticas a la Seguridad y Defensa Nacional. Reflexiones y perspectivas en Colombia
Escuela Superior de Guerra: ESDEG - Colombia

Tc. Milena Elizabeth Realpe Diaz

Español Watch

19:00 UTC

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La ciberseguridad en los vehículos autónomos/ Cybersecurity in autonomous vehicles
Universidad Camilo José Cela - Spain

María Petronela Popiuc

Español Watch

20:00 UTC

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El Factor Humano de la Ciberseguridad
Universidad a Distancia de Madrid (UDIMA) - Spain

Juan José Carrillo Miranda

Español Watch

21:00 UTC

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Uso de la inteligencia cibernética como eje en el diseño e implementación de políticas de ciberseguridad
Instituto Nacional de Administración Pública - Mexico

Amaury Fierro

Español Watch

22:00 UTC

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DataJam Canada 2021 : La innovación tecnológica como medio de prevención y herramienta de lucha contra la trata humana
Centro Internacional para la Prevención de la criminalidad - Canada

Fernando A. Chinchilla, Juan Pablo García

Español Watch

23:00 UTC

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La experiencia del InFo-Lab: Laboratorio de Investigación y Desarrollo de Tecnología en Informática Forense
InFo-Lab, Universidad FASTA - Argentina

Eng. Bruno Constanzo, Eng. Santiago Trigo

Español Watch

Cybersecurity is a complex problem that is thankfully being addressed by researchers and professionals across the world, each dedicated to reducing risks online. Sustainable solutions require thinking that crosses cultures, disciplines and perspectives. The more these researchers know about each other’s work and the more we understand about all of their findings, the better we are able to make decisions for a safer online space.

Unfortunately, bringing everyone together is time-consuming and costly. The reality of modern academia locks important discoveries away. Those seeking knowledge from research can be blocked by:

  • Geography, as conferences can be costly to attend,
  • Travel restrictions, as unforeseen events can make travel unsafe
  • Jargon, as increasingly specialized fields require complex terminology and methods
  • Noise, as it becomes more difficult to recognize strong proofs and scientific consensus in the volume of research available online.

SECREV is an annual event, that streams from locations around the world, following the sun to provide a truly international exchange of cybersecurity knowledge. It combines streaming and social media to create an open and inclusive event for sharing and discussing cybersecurity. It was conceived to openly encourage sharing and interaction among the wider cybersecurity research community. This event has been established with the goals of:

  • Increasing the capacity of researchers to share their findings effectively online
  • Create opportunities for exchange between groups around the world that are working on cybersecurity
  • Provide a near zero cost event to enable groups to contribute and collaborate

SECREV2021 is Co-Organized by: