The Social Media Conference 2015 will explore the shifts in power and influence facilitated by the advent of large-scale digital connectivity – both in state-to-state relationships and in relations between governments, individuals and the private sector. Discussions will be held on the role of social media in quickly changing world and OpInt (Operational Intelligence) tools to monitor social media. It will also consider how increased connectivity is reshaping patterns of economic interaction and its effect on the nature, size and scope of the global economy. The conference will be held on June 15 – 17, 2015, in Barcelona, Spain.
Increased connectivity brings with it risks to personal freedom and privacy, cyber security risks and challenges to national security. The conference will also examine how national regulation and international governance in cyberspace will meet these challenges, and discuss the potential effects of bridging the digital divide and connecting billions of new users in the coming years.
- How will patterns of use and consumption change as the next 2 billion internet users come on stream, and how will they affect the demand for services, products and methods of delivery?
- Personal Branding: Domain Names for Personal Blog/Diary
- What are the public and private sectors respectively doing to deal with the risks of criminal activity online?
- What aspects of network survivability are the most important?
- Where does the balance lie between the benefits of governments and private sector actors having access to ‘big data’ and threats to privacy and anonymity?
- What is the primary reason of adopting Hadoop in your organization?
- Will the internet fracture under the pressure of differing state approaches to controlling it?
- Migration of Military C3I (Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence) Concept into Civilian Domains