Konferenzen und Rahmenprogramm
The Death of End-to-end Encryption and Personal Privacy
Our ability to rely on total privacy of communication is under threat, and will likely disappear in the future. Law enforcement for too long have been thwarted by encryption protocols that are seemingly impossible to circumvent - leaving criminals able to communicate across networks without fear of interception. Many feel that it is not possible to resolve this issue, as cryptography is maths, and governments cannot change this fact - but this is not the whole story. In this presentation, Kris Chaplin will discuss how the needs of law enforcement to intercept criminal communications could be implemented in a cryptographically 'safe' way. Secure communications will need to be changed, probably forced by legislation, along with the free movement of packets on the internet. However if done properly, it could all work together without backdoors or overly-broad governmental access. One aspect is for sure - should this mechanism be implemented, the internet will never be the same again!
--- Datum: 27.02.2020 Uhrzeit: 9:30 - 10:00 Uhr Ort: Conference Counter NCC Ost