As is often the case after a burst of travel, my week of Monday 16 to Sunday 22 September 2019 was relatively quiet. Still, I wrote a piece that I’m really happy with.
- Honesty needed to break ‘impasse’ over cops versus encrypted data, ZDNet Australia, 20 September 2019. Here I report a new paper from the Washington-based Encryption Working Group, a joint project of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Princeton University.
I also wrote a second piece for ZDNet that will be / was posted on Monday — the strange tense structure there because I’m only posting this on Wednesday afternoon.
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The Week Ahead
I’m in Sydney all this week, based in Hurstville, but as you may have guessed from the late posting of this Weekly Wrap I’ve been downed by the lurgi. I’ll get some writing or podcasting done later in the week.
Here’s what’s planned. Please let me know if there’s anything I should add. Send airline tickets.
- Data61+LIVE, Sydney, 2–3 October 2019.
- Australian Cyber Conference 2019, Melbourne, 8–10 October 2019. The excellent Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Conference is now rolled into this event. I’ll remain in Melbourne through to Sunday 13 October.
- Cyber Security Hypothetical Panel, Canberra, 22 October 2019.
- NetThing, Sydney, 28 October 2019.
- iapp ANZ Summit 2019, Sydney, 29–30 October 2019 (TBC). That’s the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
- Gala dinner celebrating 30 Years of the Internet in Australia, Sydney, 31 October 2019.
- APNIC 49 / APRICOT 2020, Melbourne 18–21 February 2020.
[Photo: Tram under test on George St, Sydney. One of Sydney’s new light rail vehicles for the South-East Light Rail line under test on George Street in Haymarket. Photographed on 3 September 2019.]