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About the group

A programme exploring the causes of mistrust online - and how to fix it!

We are struggling to trust the internet. Gone are the halcyon days of freedom and information for the common good built on the trust of the good intentions of our fellow users; instead we are increasingly concerned with:

  • Who we can trust, be it individuals or companies
  • What we can trust, especially now that everyone is a potential provider of 'information'
  • How we can trust businesses with increasingly personal data

In response to these concerns CW is organising a series of workshops which will bring together our enviable mix of technologist, innovators and entrepreneurs with social scientists and legal experts in an attempt to explore the root causes of this lack of trust. Our hope is that discussion will provide the spark for innovation.

We will be challenging ourselves: can we engineer trust?

Follow us on Twitter @CambWireless, and join the conversation using #CWTrust

SIG Champions

  • Paul Morris — CTO, CCS

    Paul Morris (CEng) is CTO at Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) which is leading the development of self-organising wireless mesh networks at 60GHz. He specialises in taking new technologies from inception all the way through to market particularly in the fields of wireless, security and IoT. He's been at the forefront of the digital wireless revolution over the last 25 years...

    Paul Morris (CEng) is CTO at Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) which is leading the development of self-organising wireless mesh networks at 60GHz. He specialises in taking new technologies from inception all the way through to market particularly in the fields of wireless, security and IoT. He's been at the forefront of the digital wireless revolution over the last 25 years most recently at Qualcomm and CSR. He has a First Class Degree in Electronic Engineering and is an inventor of multiple patents.

  • Tim Phipps — Technical Marketing Manager, Solarflare

    Tim sees Cambridge Wireless as a way to build the network of relationships that drive business growth and a better society for us all. As Technical Marketing Manager at Solarflare, Tim works to conceive and realise the components that will make the internet faster, secure and more reliable. He has worked on technologies from their earliest beginnings to mass market...

    Tim sees Cambridge Wireless as a way to build the network of relationships that drive business growth and a better society for us all. As Technical Marketing Manager at Solarflare, Tim works to conceive and realise the components that will make the internet faster, secure and more reliable. He has worked on technologies from their earliest beginnings to mass market adoption, including WiFi, Bluetooth, and cellular from GSM to LTE. His experience includes working as a development engineer, project management, business development and product marketing.

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