Anti-terrorism and data privacy in France, Germany and the United Kingdom

Seminar organized in the framework of the “Risks, Society and Security” (R2S) thematic cycle

Date: February 12, 2018 from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Location: salle 301, site des Chênes 1 - Université de Cergy-Pontoise
Public: teachers, researchers, PhD Students
Entry free by invitation

Presentation of the seminar

Introduction seminar for the research program on "Anti-terrorism and data privacy in France, Germany and the United Kingdom".

This first event will be an opportunity to establish contact between participants from the different institutions, finalize the research framework, and hear initial contributions from the PhD students involved in the program.

Program

  • 11 AM-1 PM

Automatic tagging for analysis of image collections for criminal investigation
Speaker: Prof. Aymeric Histace, ETIS Laboratory (UCP, ENSEA, CNRS)
Anti-terrorism intelligence: internal and European tools and cooperation with Germany and the United Kingdom
Speaker: an officer of the Gendarmerie nationale's central service for criminal intelligence
Legal definition of terrorism
Speaker: Alejo Fernandez Martin, PhD student at the University of Strasbourg

  • 2 PM to 4 PM

Personal data exchanging between European financial intelligence services in the fight against the financing of terrorism

Speaker: Arnaud Stien, PhD student at the University of Cergy-Pontoise
Cyberterrorism – Threat assessment and government responses from a German perspective
Speaker: P. Johner, PhD student at the University of Freiburg

  • 4 PM

General discussion

For any additional information, contact the organizer, Olivier Cahn (olivier.cahn @ u-cergy.fr), a lecturer with authority to supervise research (HDR) in criminal law in the UCP  Faculty of Law
UCP laboratories involved in the organization of the event: CESDIP and LEJEP
Other partners of the event: Strasbourg Faculty of Law and Faculty of Law, University of Freiburg im Breisgau
Event funders: CIERA; Institute of Advanced Studies of the UCP