An exposition of the Dark Web from a technical perspective and explains relevant safeguarding principles and practices - Hybrid event.
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Only 4-5% of the web is observable and searchable. The rest is divided into The Deep Web which occupies about 88% and the Dark Web which covers about 6-7%! The Dark Web spectrum is varied and complex stretching from human trafficking, child abuse, suicide, and pornography, passing by spy, intelligence networks and hackers, to drugs and firearms gangs, identity thieves, black markets traders, witchcraft, and black magic.
This presentation takes a deep dive to understand this social phenomenon from a technical perspective and learn about safeguarding principles and practices, how you can protect your family and the community.
About the speaker
George Yazigi is currently the Digital Systems Manager and Architect at the Digital Aviation Research and Technology Centre (DARTeC), Cranfield University.
He has more than 23 years of experience in Software Engineering, Computer and data Science, architecting and designing digital security systems, High Performance and Cloud Computing Systems, and intelligent software platforms based among others on Big Data Analytics, Computational Intelligence and Machine and Deep Learning. George enjoys tennis, chess, and a fan of Arsenal!
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