Math Encounters — Online: "Vulnerable in Digital Life: How Graph Theory Can Help Us Understand and Protect Our Digital Selves" with Allison Bishop (4:00 pm)
Join cryptographer and data scientist Allison Bishop, President of Proof Trading, on a journey into the mind of an attacker in cyberspace. Learn how to map the structure of your digital life, systematically probe it for weakness, and improve your defenses. Then, join us in an activity to see how well you'd do against a simulated attack!
Special introduction by mathematician David Saltman, Director of the Center for Communications Research, Princeton University.
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