The workshop took place on Monday, September 30, in the Auditorium of the Museum of the Mint, in Madrid. The workshop deals with “Technologies for the prevention and control of cybercrime on collectives Vulnerable” and has been organized by the Circle Foundation for Defense and Security Technologies. It was opened by the Minister of the Interior, Fernando Grande-Marlaska, and closed by the Secretary of State for Security, Ana Mª Botella.
More information: Fundación Círculo de Tecnologías para la Defensa y la Seguridad
The workshop brought out representatives of ministries such as Defense, Interior and Finance, as well as some companies in the sector. The impact of technology on advanced societies; cyberspace as a tool for spreading hate speech; the role of the University: training, awareness and research with the aim of a safer network and technologies and systems for the prevention, detection and action in cybercrime were the titles of the main areas addressed in the workshop Víctor A. Villagrá, RSTI member, presented a conference entitled “The Role of the University: Training, Awareness and Research f with the aim of a safer network