Wednesday 21 November 2018
09:30 AM - 05:00 PM
21 November 2018, Coventry University Technology Park
Data availability has increased exponentially in the last decade, paving the way for a new business environment. As such growth accelerates, a better understanding is needed of the opportunities this new phenomenon provides and of the innovation, ethical, social, privacy and security challenges it poses.
This one day conference aims to bring together academic, practitioner and public policy researchers to present and discuss current research relevant to these issues.
While the registration is now closed, we may consider some late registrations. Please contact email@example.com.
The conference itself will be based around three main themes:
Coffee and registration
Welcome from the Conference Chairs and Coventry University Faculty of Business and Law
Patrick McBrearty – West Midlands Regional Cyber Crime Unit
The National Cyber Security Threat: A Law Enforcement Perspective
Samuel Fosso Wamba – Toulouse Business School
Big Data Analytics Capability Impacts on Firm Performance
Coffee break and networking
Session 1: Round table discussion – parallel sessions
Lunch and networking
Keynote speakerBlaine Price, The Open UniversitySmart Homes for Older Adults: Supporting Grandad or spying on Granny?
Session 2: Round table discussion – parallel sessions
Plenary Discussion with speakers
pecial Issue - Technological Forecasting and Social Change (TFSC)Call for Papers
Full registration £50
Doctoral canditates registration £30
Lunch and refreshments provided.
Registration is now closed. Please send late registration queries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that the registration fee does not include travel or accommodation.
If you are unable to attend the Conference you may request a refund of your conference registration fee. Please see our cancellations and refunds policy for more details.