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January 12, 2023

Erez Liebermann to Discuss New Regulatory Requirements and Guidance at Incident Response Forum Ransomware 2023

On Thursday, January 12, 2023 at 3:00 PM EST Erez Liebermann will be speaking on a virtual panel entitled The Changing Tides of Regulation: Navigating New Regulatory Requirements and Guidance Around Cybersecurity and Ransomware. The conference’s faculty includes senior government cybersecurity officials from the FBI and OFAC, and nearly two dozen other legal and consulting […]

January 20, 2023

Can Europe and China Resume Business as Usual?

As China slowly emerges from its self-imposed COVID-19 isolation and entry becomes easier for foreign businessmen, a critical question that has been pushed to the side will return to the fore: is European business still in love with China? When the pandemic began in 2020, Europe was China’s largest trading partner and Chinese investment into […]

November 29, 2022

The Future of US-China Tech Relations: Blockchain Technology, Crypto Regulation, and Central Bank

Using blockchain and CBDC as examples, we will explore China’s latest innovation policy and the post-20th Party Congress US-China tech race, from AI and semiconductor chips to quantum computing and electric cars. Winston Ma, the author of Blockchain and Web3: Building the Cryptocurrency, Privacy, and Security Foundations of the Metaverse, will discuss these questions with […]

November 10, 2022

China’s Direction under Xi Jinping: What We Learned from the Party Congress

Fordham Law Professor Carl Minzner will share his analysis of what we can expect for the next decade (or more) of Xi Jinping rule, based on the speeches and documents from the party congress and other recent messaging. He also will discuss what all this could mean for foreign scholars trying to conduct research in […]

November 2, 2022

Deluge Data, Data Deluge Symposium

Deluge Data, Data Deluge is online talk series and in-person symposium that brings critical perspectives from the humanities and arts into dialogue with engineering and data practitioners engaged in flood sensing.

December 6, 2022

NYU Tandon School of Engineering: Keystone

Join the NYU Tandon School of Engineering entrepreneurial ecosystem​, and sign up for the Future Labs’ no-cost, virtual 8-week crash course in launching your own company. Apply by December 6, 2022.

November 10, 2022


Professor of Law Sarah Lamdan will discuss her new book, Data Cartels: The Companies that Control and Monopolize Our Information with MarketWatch Enterprise Reporter Shoshana Wodinsky.

November 2, 2022

FemTech and Privacy: Striking the Balance in a Post-Dobbs Reality

A conversation exploring how FemTech data can be used, and the privacy laws and legislation that can be leveraged to protect users.

October 13, 2022

Realigning Law, Values, & Technology: Jessica Silbey and Rebecca Giblin in conversation with Jason Schultz

While the internet and digital technologies has delivered wonders, they have also revealed, exacerbated, or simply thrown into stark relief a misalignment between intellectual property and competition law, our fundamental values, and expectations for a just society. In Chokepoint Capitalism, Rebecca Giblin and her co-author Cory Doctorow explore how creative labor markets have been captured and distorted, suggesting […]

October 4, 2022

CyberTalk with David Moon, CEO, Arx Nimbus

Join NYU Tandon School of Engineering to hear David Moon, a four-year US Air Force veteran with Secret clearance, speak to the cyber community at NYU. David is an expert information security and executive-level technology professional with a 20+ year portfolio of some of the most ground-breaking and high-value project results in information security, technology, […]