PROJECT OF THE WEEK - CANVAS

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Date: 
28/10/2019 to 01/11/2019

The growing complexity of the digital ecosystem in combination with increasing global risks entail the danger that enforcing cybersecurity may bypass other fundamental values like equality, fairness or privacy, whereas downplaying cybersecurity would undermine citizens’ trust and confidence in the digital infrastructure. Technology developers as well as legal and philosophical scholars and empirical researchers have dealt for many years with cybersecurity issues, although from very specific angles. What is missing is community-building that unifies these perspectives from the presupposition that technology development in cybersecurity should incorporate European values and fundamental rights.

CANVAS, Constructing an Alliance for Value-driven Cyber­security, is the first project that provides an integrative view on the ethical and regulatory issues of cybersecurity. CANVAS unified technology developers with legal and ethical scholar and social scientists to approach the challenge how cybersecurity can be aligned with European values and fundamental rights.

The project brought together stakeholders from key areas of the European Digital Agenda – the health system, business/​finance, and law enforcement/​national security – for discussing challenges and solutions when aligning cybersecurity with ethics. In this way, CANVAS has identified several gaps with respect to ethical research and European cybersecurity regulation that need to be addressed. In 14 workshops, CANVAS has unified several dozen experts of cybersecurity with a particular focus on non-technical aspects. This expert pool provides a resource for future projects that want to focus on responsible research and innovation in cybersecurity. Through its teaching material, CANVAS provides the foundation that the future generation of cybersecurity experts obtains basic insights and knowledge on how to tackle ethical and legal dilemmas in cybersecurity.

Find out more about CANVAS results such as:

  • CANVAS Briefing Packages
  • CANVAS Reference Curriculum on value-driven Cybersecurity
  • CANVAS massive open online course (MOOC)
  • CANVAS book "The Ethics of Cybersecurity

Read more details on CANVAS dedivated page: https://cyberwatching.eu/projects/1267/canvas

Stay tuned as we will bring you more details about CANVAS and latest contributions and project results.

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Contact:

The University of Zurich (UZH) - Project Coordinator

 

 

Week: 
Monday, 28 October, 2019

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