Deepfakes in Cybersecurity
Event submitted on Friday, November 6th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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The future of fiction is becoming more real thanks to evolutionary techniques like Deepfakes. Supported by cloud platforms, AI, ML, and advancements in digital equipment, manipulating individuals and societies with fabricated content has never been easier. Deepfakes will quickly evolve as a geo-political threat to governments, business, and societies. Undermining the future of impersonated characters and fabricated information will be important to preserve corporate/government relationships and societal perceptions. In this talk, we’ll explore the status quo of Deepfakes efforts in cyberspace, case studies, impact and mitigation strategies for thwarting targeted and more generalized attack patterns.
About our speaker:
Tony UcedaVélez is CEO at VerSprite, an Atlanta based security services firm assisting global multi-national corporations on various areas of cybersecurity, secure software development, threat modeling, application security, security governance, and security risk management. Tony has worked and led teams in application security, penetration testing, security architecture, and technical risk management for various organizations in Utility, Banking, Government, Retail, Healthcare, and Information Services. He recently finished his latest book, Risk Centric Threat Modeling with Wiley Life Sciences, and has spoken at conferences across 13 countries, 4 continents on the subject matter.