DescriptionPresentation on the Northumbria design work package by Briggs and 30min demo of the "Alex Smith tool" with Briggs and Nash each facilitating a breakout room.
Other project investigators also presented. Around 20 participants in all from academia and external organisations.
The event was aimed at those working in FinTech and aligned activities.
The event presented mid-term findings from the EPSRC-funded Cumulative Revelations in Personal Data project, which examines:
- Ways in which people unintentionally reveal more information to others than they intend to across multiple online channels and over time.
- How this can create reputational and security risks to people and their employers.
The demo presented a digital tool designed by the Northumbria team led by Briggs, which invites people to reflect on risks created when sharing personal information, and assists them in managing these.
Breakout room invited discussions on the mid-term findings, and exploration around potential future directions for research within the FinTech community.
|Period||25 May 2021|
|Held at||University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||National|
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Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review