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Facebook deepfakes ban falls short, lawmakers say

House lawmakers Wednesday grilled Facebook’s vice president of global policy management, Monika Bickert, over the company’s ban of “deepfakes,” saying that the policy fell short. “Big Tech failed to respond to the grave threats posed by deepfakes, as evidenced by Facebook scrambling to announce a new policy that strikes me as wholly inadequate,” said Rep.…
Executive Insight, Opinion

Deepfakes and their potential impact on society

Although deepfakes have only been around for a few years, they are quickly becoming a key element in a new era of digital threats. While some teeter on the more comical side – think Will Smith turned into Cardi B on The Tonight Show – others are creating disillusionment and propelling the era of fake…
Featured, Network Security, Security News

New SEI CERT chief and first ever federal CISO: old cybersecurity models have ‘been overcome’

SC Media caught up with Greg Touhill this week to learn what issues and projects he plans to prioritize in his role and how the old cybersecurity models we’ve relied on no longer work. In his words, "we need to change our game plan, because the traditional cybersecurity tactics, techniques and procedures that we’ve used for many years are no longer working the way we need them to be."
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Four ways to stay ahead of the AI fraud curve

Session on deepfakes at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020 in Davos, Switzerland. Today’s columnist, Robert Prigge of Jumio, offers four ways to lock down AI fraud, starting with identifying deepfakes.
Events, InfoSec World 2020, Malware, Network Security, Phishing, Security News

Sapphire Software’s Nicholas Takacs asks: Is self-aware malware possible yet?

“Two can play at this game…” Cybersecurity is a non-stop arms race between white hats and malicious hackers, and the three “A’s” — automation, analytics and artificial intelligence — are among the more powerful defensive tools that CISOs can implement to defend their organizations. But cybercriminals can also potentially employ them to magnify their attacks…
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