Events

Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court—How It Works and Does It Work?

Seminar / Lecture
 
For NYU Community

Wednesday, March 4, 2014 - 10:30 to 11:45

The Security Research Seminar at New York University is a weekly meeting of students, faculty, policy makers and industry professionals interested in analyzing the ways in which advanced technologies are putting pressure on legal regimes and concepts of security. The seminar addresses a variety of perspectives on security in a digital age, including security of information and software, computer networks, cyber-physical systems and infrastructure and will include discussions about national as well as international cyber-security law and policy. We host talks about ongoing research and initiatives and provides a platform for integrating technical, cyber and information security issues with broader societal and legal dynamics.

March 4:
Andrew Weissmann, Senior Fellow in the Center for Law and Security and the Center on the Administration of Criminal Law; Adjunct Professor of Law

Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court—How It Works and Does It Work?