About the event
How does the Internet work? Who runs it? Who makes all the decisions? Why are things like this? We’re going to see how ordinary people with interesting ideas can affect how the Internet works, and what it takes to achieve it.
About the speaker
Antonios Chariton (he/him) is a Security Engineer at Google. He is focused on Senior Leadership, especially in Security & Privacy. He has performed research and held security executive positions in the past, promoting security & privacy as well as various Internet standards like IPv6. He is constantly mentoring young students in the field of Computer Science, and volunteering for various causes such as the EduCTF Security Competition, the ARDC Advisory Committee, etc.
The talk will take place on May 29 at 6 p.m. via Zoom.
You can register below.